rssLounge for Android is a free and open-source Android application created for rssLounge users in order to read and synchronize their rss feeds. rssLounge, created by Tobias Zeising, is an amazing free web based rss feed reader. rssLounge for Android allows you to call your web rssLounge application from your Android device and display your feeds on it. Then, you can read them and update their status (read/unread). Each operation on a feed is synchronized on your web application. rssLounge for Android purpose a fluid GUI adapted to a smartphone.
- Bug fix : Now allow special chars in login AND password!
- Basic HTTPS Support
- Settings screen opened on the first time
- New contextual menu on the list screen
- Possible to open a feed in the web browser
- Around 10 bugs fixed
- Synchronize feeds with the web-based installation
- Allow you to use these filters : all, only unread
- Last filter used saved
- Display 50 feeds
- Refresh button to reload feeds
- Mark a feed as read/unread with the same behavior as web-based application
- Better HTTPS support
- Add "starred" filter
- Add category management
- Favicon management
Is it difficult to use this amazing application?rssLounge for Android was thinking to be as easy as possible! Its implementation follows the KISS principle. However, here is some information about its use.
RequirementsTo use rssLounge for Android you need to have an account on the original web-based version of rssLounge. This instance of rssLounge MUST BE UPGRADED TO THE 1.7 RELEASE! Then, of course, you need an Android smartphone! rssLounge for Android was created to be compatible with Android 1.6 and higher and for all screen sizes. If you encounter issues with your phone, you can open a ticket here.
First launchWhen you launch rssLounge for Android for the first time, you need to set your preferences. You can access to this later with the "settings" button :
- URL of rssLounge : Here you have to write the URL of your rssLounge installation. For example : http://www.my-domain.fr/rsslounge
- Login : It's the username you use for your web-based instance of rssLounge. This field can be empty if your rssLounge installation is public.
- Password : It's the corresponding password.
- Allow HTTPS : You need to check this if you're using HTTPS to connect to your rssLounge web installation.