Always in sync
Gruml and Google Reader are always in sync. Any changes you are doing in Gruml are also transferred to your Google Reader, as well as any changes in Google Reader are synchronized to Gruml promptly.
Tweet articles including short URLs directly via Gruml.
Manage your folders
Create new folders for your subscriptions, rename existing ones and organize your feeds in a proper manner.
Post and organize notes to Google Reader.
The latest beta release of Gruml is 0.9.4. It features the following improvements:
- Implemented initial offline support: your unread counts, subscriptions, folders and tags, and contents of feeds youve read are cached. If you are not online, these cached contents will be used and you can browse through your feeds and items. (Note: this is read-only at the moment, Im working on a back-sync of offline changes to Google Reader)
- Twitter support (inital): tweet articles of your feeds (short URLs are supported)
- Changed some keyboard shortcuts:
o Press space bar to jump to the next unread article of a feed
o Press return key to open an articles website
- Changed some icons of toolbar to be more precise
- Gruml app icon is not so massive an more
- further bug fixes
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