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WeaRSS - Your News on Wear!

WeaRSS - Your News on Wear!


Reviews: 266 | Score: 3 | Price: Free

WeaRSS allows you to follow all of your favorite news sources and have the headlines sent right to your Android Wear device! Keep up to date with all the news you care about by quickly scanning through headlines right on your wrist. Just copy RSS urls from your favorite websites to build a list of feeds to follow.

-- The Read List --

You can send headlines from your wearable to your phone for reading later! As you're reading through your headlines on Android Wear, just swipe up to get the "Read this later" button. Tap and the article will be sent back to WeaRSS to the "Read List." Save any number of articles to read later!

-- Features: --

- Follow any number of RSS/Atom feeds.

- Headlines and a brief description will get sent to your device - you'll see the most recent headlines first.

- Choose how frequently headlines get synced.

- Choose how many headlines from each feed will be sent with each update.

- Send articles to from your wearable to the "Read List" for reading the full article later.

- Open articles in your mobile browser individually or all at once.

- Single or multi-deletion of Read List articles once you've read them.

- Choose what happens when you tap on Read List items in the settings.

Opening via voice control is supported! After you've brought up the "OK, Google" voice input screen, just say "Open App My Headlines". The app will open showing you the headlines that have been synced to your device.

-- Need help adding feeds? --

Check out my website for a tutorial on how to get feeds into WeaRSS:

Feature requests? Bugs? Please don't give a low rating! Help me make this the app you want to use. Email me with your comments, questions, anything.


Thanks to Cyril Mottier for the Android Wear device frame graphics for wearable screenshots.