Mobile app (andriod)
The feedspot app is not actually an app. It is simply a version running in your browser.
using the browser makes access intrinsically slow, with frequent latency delays.
What is need is a stand alone app., not a mobile version for display in browsers.
AdminAnuj Agarwal (Founder, Feedspot) commented
Team has started working on building 100% Native Android app. I'll keep everyone posted on the developments.
Luis Alberto Machuca Alvarez commented
I'm agreed. A mobile app for Android, IOs and Windows Phone, it will be awesome ;)
Erica Nachamkin commented
+1 for Android standalone app!
Rafael Neto commented
Can you create the app for android native, with style like your site
i would definitely take a peak at
Since you go native JS phone support is very big
I agree and iOS as well
I do all my feed reading on my mobile device and an app is essential for me to choose a reader as a full time tool
Nick Steel commented
I'm not sure why a browser would have increased latency over an app. I suppose it does feel a bit slow sometimes but I blamed that on my old phone. I'm with Victor here, the web page is fine but google reader implementation worked much better. I'd prefer it if it didn't automatically load more posts when I scrolled down so I can mark everything loaded so far as 'read'. Then, when switching back to the feedspot tab (and my browser forces a page refresh, grrrr), I won't have to find where I had read down to in the list. I hope that makes sense.
CHris Sewell commented
Are there any plans to bring this to windows 8/phone ? I would buy a subscription if apps here available on this platform.
Victor Hogemann commented
I have no problems with an web app. But it has to be optimized for mobile. Right now Feedspot renders correctly on my mobile browser... but that's about it. The GoogleReader mobile site felt much more like an app for an example.