Popular feed reading app gReader has now received a new update to version 3.6, bringing quite a few improvements to the table.

One of the biggest changes is that gReader now has an offline mode, allowing you to save data onto your device directly. There’s also several bug fixes, widget improvements, and much more. KitKat users that were previously plagued by text wrapping issues will be happy to see this was addressed in the last update as well.

Here’s the full list of additions and fixes, as per the change-log:

  • NEW: Use gReader as a RSS Reader without a service (data are saved locally)
  • NEW: Article font size, font type, text alignment (Article View: Menu->Fonts)
  • IMPROVED: Widgets (Pro): Support background color and opacity, text size, new layout (
  • IMPROVED: Text wrapping on KitKat
  • IMPROVED: Time format same as system setting
  • FIXED: Login issue on Feedly
  • FIXED: Thumbnail on large widget
  • FIXED: Pocket login issue
  • FIXED: Many many other fixes

To grab the update for the free version, you’ll want to head over to Google Play. There is also a pro version that is ad-free and has a few extra features like enhanced widgets and more advanced configuration options. For those that use gReader as their preferred RSS reader, what do you think of the latest changes?

Andrew Grush
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