Most of you probably use Google Reader a lot to keep track of all those sites you read constantly (especially N4BB, right?). I work on a desk, therefore I’m always on my work computer, but some people are usually always out and rely a lot more on their BlackBerry. What do they need to keep their RSS feeds at hand? BerryReader. Bellshare’s always been known for making awesome apps, and BerryReader is no exception.
With BerryReader you can access your feeds just like you would on Google Reader. You can access all items, your starred items, shared items, read by folder or single feed. You can manage your feeds right from your BlackBerry since BerryReader lets you add and remove subscriptions from your Google Reader account.
On single articles, you can star, like, mark as unread or a read, and edit tags. On touch devices, you can slide to mark as unread and star, which is pretty cool and works smoothly. It’ll also let you share the feeds via email, Twitter or Facebook. If you were to lose your internet connection on your BlackBerry smartphone, that wouldn’t be a problem. You can read the downloaded feeds even if offline, and any changes you make to it will be saved on the phone to be uploaded later when you get back online. BerryReader can let you setup all updates to be done automatically in the background or just refresh when the app is opened for better battery life. It will let you set the amount of articles you want to be downloaded on every refresh. If