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First release


  • Displays RSS Feed news items, tap an item to view its details. Content sharing through Share Charm,

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1 stars out of 5
· 4/3/2013
Big bug causing problems along with UI problems

First off there is a bug when creating a new feed. If you try typing in the category name box it starts to search. If you paste text in there then edit that you can create feeds. That should be a simple fix. My real problem with the app is in the ui no where does it have a list of my feeds. This should also be easy to fix. If both of those problems are fixed this is easily a 3-4 star app. I cant give more than one star because these are simple things that were overlooked.

1 stars out of 5
· 1/28/2013
Needs a lot of work.

Good: - It does what it is supposed to, I suppose. Bad: - You can't scroll without using the scroll bar - When you type the name of a category it brings up the Windows search menu, so the only way to name a feed is to copy and paste... - Comes pre-loaded with lousy feeds that I don't want - Poor choice of color - Poor typography practices; if you are going to have an app with a minimalist theme, then please use Segoe UI rather than an ugly inharmonious font (I think it was Arial)

1 stars out of 5
· 7/1/2013
Not good

Can't add categories.

5 stars out of 5
· 1/27/2013
Simple & fast

I like it, simple & fast :)

1 stars out of 5
· 2/24/2013
Can't add custom feeds

It looks promising, but the ability to add custom feeds would make this app awesome.

1 stars out of 5
· 6/15/2013
Add Category does not work

Add Category doesn't work: When trying to enter the title of a new category, you are automatically directed to the Search charm.

1 stars out of 5
· 2/12/2013
This app is barely functional

It only seems to reliably work with the existing feeds (engadget, yahoo). Adding a new feed doesn't seem to work. Typing the feed name brings up the search charm. At least it's free, though!