Weave News Reader

Weave News Reader
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Seles Games

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Download size

5 MB

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Works with

  • Windows Phone 8.1
  • Windows Phone 8

App requires

  • phone identity
  • owner identity
  • location services
  • photos library
  • data services
  • phone dialer
  • speech
  • web browser component
  • HD720P (720x1280)
  • WVGA (480x800)
  • WXGA (768x1280)
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All the news you want, in one app.

*Exclusive to Windows Phones*, Weave is a news reader that lets you follow any website or blog you are interested in at any time.  We provide a huge set of built-in news sources grouped by categories such as technology, world events, gaming, etc.  From there, you can search for any other site you want to add.

The first time you open the app, pick from a few of the more popular topics.  If you don't see something you like listed, don't worry - there are a lot more topics in the browseable library we've included with the app!

We've also provided a TON of customization options - everything from different fonts, font sizes, and reading theme colors (try the "night" reading theme when you're up late reading the latest news!).

We even let you choose what voice you want to hear when Weave speaks an article to you!

Share articles at the touch of a button: we make it easy to share articles via Instapaper, email, sms, and social networks (Facebook/Twitter/LinkedIn).

We almost forgot to mention the absolutely gorgeous Live Tile, which cycles through up to 9 images from your latest news articles.

Come see why many have called Weave the best news app they've ever used!

Email:  info@selesgames.com.
Twitter:  @SelesGames
	• Hotfix

	• Fixed a bug where the entire app would crash when coming back from an image-heavy article list

	• Updated certain API calls to match the new Weave service that was rolled out this past weekend
	• Fixed the "settings screen crashing on open" issue that cropped up recently
	• You can now set an unread article delete policy of "never"

	• Removed annoying animation on ads
	• Updated all 3rd party libraries
	• Various bug fixes

	• OneNote support!  Save articles to OneNote from Weave!
	• Pocket support!  Save articles to Pocket at the touch of a button
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  • by Todd 1/21/2015
    Mostly great, when working, but crashes to much and fails to allow custom sites to be added. Ends up being a newsreader limited to the developer's choice of sourced
  • by Andre 1/19/2015
    Used to be a really good app. Now the data does not load completely.
  • by James 1/19/2015
    Will bump up to 5 when it works on my 635. It just doesn't work. Non stop crashing. Loved it on my 920 though.
  • by Nicole 1/18/2015
    I like you can customize it to what you like.
  • by Alexander 1/18/2015
    Keeps crashing upon start. Rebooting and reinstalling did not help. So I guess, this is goodbye.
  • by Jeff 1/16/2015
    Great reader app but some functionality is gone and it looks like it's never coming back. "Send to Twitter" integration is gone though the app has my twitter creds (and Msft and Facebook creds). "Send to OneNote" doesn't work, either. I've lost everything all my favorites somehow (shows empty), the Windows version displays a null reference exception message so I think it's a bug. I've emailed the app owner of this and they're no longer responsive like they used to be.
  • by Jeff 1/15/2015
    Stopped working. Tried reinstalling but still won't work. Battery killer
  • by mostafa 1/13/2015
  • by Pedro 1/11/2015
    Great app! Its my source of news. What I would improve is the number of days to keep news, 5 or 7 would be good to check the news at the end of the week if I am busy. Also when looking at the news from a feed and press back I would prefer to go to my last selected category, e.g. All Sources. Cheers and keep up the good work!
  • by Dennis 1/7/2015
    I like it a lot. I just wish there was a way of altering frequency of articles from a certain source. My "all news" category is dominated by BBC because of how many stories they put out.