Magnify News Reader

Magnify News Reader
$0.99
698 reviews
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Publisher

SYM

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Download size

8 MB

Last updated

7/30/2014

Version

3.1.7.0

Works with

  • Windows Phone 8.1
  • Windows Phone 8

App requires

  • owner identity
  • photos library
  • media playback
  • data services
  • phone dialer
  • movement and directional sensor
  • web browser component
  • HD720P (720x1280)
  • WVGA (480x800)
  • WXGA (768x1280)
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Magnify is the most beautiful looking RSS news reader app on Windows Phone.

Features:
- Beautifully animated and unique interface
- Feedly sync support
- Add custom feeds or search using keywords
- Read full article text without clutter
- Offline reading support
- Dark reading theme
- OneNote, Pocket and Instapaper support
- Save articles for later
- Swipe left and right to skip articles
- Fast app switching and resuming
- Video and GIF support
- Zoom into pictures or save them to phone
- Lockscreen notification support
- Mobile-friendly web view support
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Reviews

  • by Zhi Liang 1/24/2015
    Best rss reader! Works without a feedly account as well, which is great for me
  • by Watanuki 1/23/2015
    Is amazing app. I hope to it will be in windows 8.1 for PC.
  • by Vishal 1/20/2015
    Great app
  • by alex 1/19/2015
    Not bad only drawback some feeds you think would be live n they aren't. Not the apps fault though
  • by Zoltán 1/16/2015
    Nice!
  • by Travis 1/13/2015
    Good, needs updated.
  • by John 1/9/2015
    Magnificent Magnify - forget Flipboard etc. Get Magnify!
  • by Ionascu 12/29/2014
    Goood!
  • by capitol 12/28/2014
    Very good, but it just need to be a little more fluid.
  • by Thomas 12/17/2014
    I like the selection of RSS feeds, from TMZ to my local newspaper, but some of the feeds fail to load articles properly. It could be a problem with the feeds themselves, but some stories come up as rules for commenting on articles on the parent sites or something like that, instead of as the actual articles.