An Offline RSS Reader That Stores the Data on Your Google Drive or Dropbox

Author dberak 9.9.2013. | 06:41

JellyReader is a Chrome extension that’s focused on storing your RSS feeds straight to your cloud drive on either of the aforementioned services, and keep it there for a full day or until you manually remove it within the supported time frame, and you can also choose to keep stories saved permanently by starring them.

 

JellyReader

 

What differentiates JellyReader from other RSS apps is its deep Dropbox and Google Drive integration, and chances are that you already have an account on either of these services. When installed, JellyReader launches in a tab of its own, letting you sign in to the supported cloud service of your choice by clicking the pertaining button. The extension automatically marks unread feeds with a blue marker. Click any of the items, and you will be able to read the story. The text appears pretty crisp and easily readable, while the images are also rendered fairly fast.

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Author dberak 9.9.2013. | 06:41
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