Today, there are still a number of great RSS tools that are actively being improved, apps you can use to follow your favorite sites—from powerful crowd favorites like Feedly to simple Chrome extensions like Feeder.Whether you want a simple app for consuming news on the go, or a powerful tool that archives the best content from hundreds of sites, there's an app here for you.You can add as many RSS feed widgets as you like (until you run out of home screen pages and space), and if you long-press the added widget, you can resize it to fit even more.If you're looking for a quick way to get information to your Android home screen, RSS might be the way to go...especially if you don't want to bother with a third-party home screen solution. If not, what are you using to get news to your Android home screen? Jack Wallen is an award-winning writer for Tech Republic and He’s an avid promoter of open source and the voice of The Android Expert.You have news to read, blogs to check, and You Tube hits you've .
In this new roundup, we've added g Reader, Feeder, Reeder, and Panda—and removed Fever, Feed Demon, Pulp, Reader , and Press.
Let's install this and then add a feed to the home screen.
The process of adding a widget to your home screen will vary, depending on your device.
Instead of checking the 40 websites you follow, you can just open an RSS reader app and see what's new on all of those sites together.
In the years since Google Reader died, a wide range of RSS feed reader apps have come and gone.