NewsRob is the first Android news reader that has offline capabilities and synchronizes with Google Reader.
It provides seamless access to the river of news in your Google Reader account.
Articles are downloaded in the background, so that when you pick up your mobile phone you can start reading news, not downloading them.
That also comes in handy when you're traveling and your connection is spotty. As the whole article is downloaded that means you can even read partial feeds without opening an extra browser.
The read status of the articles are synchronized too, so that you can switch back and forth between NewsRob and Google's online version on your desktop without missing a step.
· Android OS
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Autoskip empty dashboard
· Titles can have varying lengths
· Bug fixes (e.g. embedded URLs ending in a dot)
· Small improvements (e.g. extra padding at the bottom of articles in feed view, so that the zoom controls don't overlay the bottom of an article)
· Small cosmetic changes (e.g. read indicator)
· and more small stuff