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FeedsWire Pro - Feeds dont change to read status
I bought the Pro verson and should have waited and tried the free version first. I can seem to figure out how to get the feeds to change to a read status. Every time I open the app, everything I have already read is showing as a new item. Anyone know? I've emailed them asking. Update: I have exchanged several messages with theirr support. They tell me you open each message and the little triangle in the right corner indicates the message has been read. However, when I close the app and open it the next day, I have yesterdays messages AND todays messages, ALL marked as unread. The read messages never go away! I did suggest they also add a way to mark an entire feed as being read instead of having to open every message. They say they will add that feature. Sorry, but I'm going back to Feeddler. There is no way to remove the read messages unless you delete the feed (or the app).
Ezduzit777 on Oct 16, 2012 for FeedsWire
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RafiqA on Aug 13, 2012 for FeedsWire
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Great App!
Does exactly what it's supposed to do: be an RSS reader. Unless, I'm missing something, that's all it's suppose to do.
LizzieBeeKnits on Jul 8, 2012 for FeedsWire
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Just ok
Pam'siphone on Jul 4, 2012 for FeedsWire
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Love the simplicity & organization
I was looking for a new RSS reader, and I wanted something simple & easy to use. I give high praise to this developer for making this app accessible to all. It's very voiceover friendly now. :-)
Our4Paws on Jun 15, 2012 for FeedsWire
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Not ready for prime time.
UPDATE: even after an update from the developer this app's STILL is a miserable Fail. It's slow, fails to Search, fails to properly load Feeds. At best it's a beta version. Get instead: Gnews, Rss Feeds, (both free!) or spring for a few bucks for a well regarding feed app. This app isn't ready for public consumption. Many of these reviews seem to be fake. They CAN'T be real. I'm running this app on iPad 2 iOS 5.1, so it's not an old device. It would be beyond amazing that I am the only user having problems. 6/11/2012 Sadly my ratings keep dropping the more I use this app. / after a recent update, it fails to search for feeds. It's not working at all now. 😰😰😰 / fails to connect to feeds after latest update / crashes A LOT / essentially, it's broke & DOESN'T WORK. ORIGINAL REVIEW: Kudos for the easy to use and efficient design features. I LOVE the grouping capability by category, the search functions and reading layout. I liked my free trial I upgraded for 99 c. BUT there room for improvement and I hope the dev intends to develop this. / category names need to be editable. Currently one needs to delete a category and recreate one with a new name. Clunky! / likewise, you should be able to create feed categories and THEN populate them with feeds. Now the category is created only after searching for & finding a feed with your search parameters. Clunk-o-rama! / as other reviewers noted, it would be nice to have some control over color options and other layout/visual features for user preference. Clunkito (just a little clunk)! / regularly crashes. A LOT! Not quite stable yet. Not ready for prime time. Severe Clunkitis! / I upgraded to Pro via in-app purchase. It seemed to be confused now & crashed but I noticed the 99c was debited from my account balance. There was no follow up message but since I no longer see ads after it crashed I assume the upgrade went through (even though it's still showing up as an in-app option.)
Generic Male 2 on Jun 15, 2012 for FeedsWire
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