Magnify News Reader

Magnify News Reader
681 reviews
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Download size

8 MB

Last updated



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.

- 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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  • by Tomas 11/23/2014
    I really like this app. Have good sources of information, the UI is clean and simple. Always runs Smoot and is fast opening and retrieving info.
  • by Jan Michael 11/20/2014
    Very good app... Crashing sometimes in web view
  • by Sassan 11/17/2014
    Wish it would load faster
  • by Denzil 11/12/2014
    Excellent is the word 👍 simply the best RSS reader in the store ...
  • by ye 11/8/2014
  • by Almir José 11/6/2014
    Excelente app. Digo que é o melhor rss reader.
  • by Steven 11/5/2014
    Nice RSS reader.
  • by Brandon 10/31/2014
    Love this app. Good sources for gaming
  • by dean 10/31/2014
    Much better than flipboard
  • by Micah 10/26/2014
    Best newsreader on the market. Design is the best... Up higher than even Wikipedia. Some settings need to be tweaked for specific sites that the app can't read. It's pointless for a notification to tell you the app can't pull the full article. Those pages could just be automatically opened in web view. Alternatively, allow users to default webview setting for all articles from specific sites. Also, some slideshows have the textual names of jpegs in the article. Looks goofy. Bugs aside, I'm liking it a lot.

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