Gets your news feeds straight away, comforts you with undistracted reading.
Tired sliding through overwhelming Feedly content? Angry with illogical amateur apps design? Unexpected crash and no reasonable support - again? Try this one.
MooseReader is a minimalistic but very functional news reader. It is the only one iPad/iPhone application on the market which uses tags as a flexible way to sort and select the news.
Very easy to navigate and supported by a powerful search works fast and allows the users to find the news they need even with extensive feeds upload. Lean layout may seem a bit too rough for some users, but this is what the developer is about: "focusing on reading completely, without any distraction whatsoever". Another great feature is a possibility to save articles indefinitely by starring them. There is also no tags amount limit, which does not make the app even a bit more difficult to navigate. It supports both English and Spanish to suit users' expectations.
It is absolutely worth the price $1.99 which, considering its target group: mostly business management and its great value for advanced readers could be set a dollar higher. The simple 1.1 MooseReader version is available on the market and compatible with iOS 6.0 only. So I do advice to wait for the very special MooseReader 2.0 appears in AppStore on 26th January 2015. Beta testers, after suggesting a few layout changes which resulted in creating a more intuitive access to tags and feeds management – confirmed satisfaction.
A thorough app description can be found here. A well maintained FAQ section featured by the most important screenshots and short informative texts guide you step by step through all the apps features. A skilled owner rewritten MooseReader 2.0 in Swift – a new Apple programming language. He has also proved to be fast and efficient in providing support to his applications and can be contacted either directly by email email@example.com or through support section of this website.
MooseReader has chosen initial feeds' list for the users to download. The OPML file appears here and can be also used in any other RSS reader. If you must.
Feel encouraged to contact Muchuseful team, if surprised that your very best personal website is not on that list. We'll see into it.
For those who desperately want to remove their directories from this free painless promotion, we can only say: we like reading you.
The MooseReader dev team (namely Wojtek) confirmed the work on the app will be completed in January 2015 and ready for a friendly squeeze by ingenious Apple experts.
We know that we do not want any adverts inside our wonderful application and we promise that there will not be a free V 2.0 sponsored by ad providers. So please do stop sending us those subtle business enquires requesting the above.
On the other hand we will not hesitate to cooperate with media. In two weeks' time you will find a press package ready to download from the website. You will know when it's there.
We are happy to announce that work on a new MooseReader version is speeding up. We hope to surprise you with new, fantastic and unique feature. Stay with us!
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