|Category||News & Magazines|
|App Views||62 views|
*** This app is no longer supported, there is now an official Readability client on Google Play ***ReadIt is an Android client for readability users. Sync articles with your account for offline reading and add new urls to your collection. Completely redesigned interface for modifying the appearance of articles using android buttons. The source is available at:https://github.com/fahimk/ReadItHere are some of the main features of the ReadIt client:database stores articles for offline reading users dont have to cache/open before they are stored complete offline reading experiencestoring bookmark/article details in local sqlite database greatly reduces online web queries save data fees for users less queries to webserverminimal database entries checks last updated datewebview holds scroll position and styles on rotation changedcompletely redesigned controls for best Android experience easier to clickability to disable imagesability to disable linksprogress bar for webviewprogress dialog show status for syncerrors when internet connection not availableerror message for invalid urlspecial ime for entering urls (no suggestions, go button on soft keyboard does the same action as clicking the read button)all connections to webview happend in background task to prevent forceclosing handlers to perform tasks in background and still have progress dialog in main threadcustom dialog to add bookmarksinside webview show change in color to signify option clicked (text size, width, style)toggle existing archive/favorite buttonseparate menu panel for authorized users and guests (option to read later changed)different sized icons for phones with different pixel densitiescompatible with android 1.6+And here is some information about Readability taken directly from their website:"Readability is a web & mobile app that zaps online clutter and saves web articles in a comfortable reading view. No matter where you are or what device you use, your reading will be there. Readability offers a new way to compensate writers and publishers without punishing readers. 70% of all membership fees go directly to the people who make the content."