Software for Mobile Platform

RssDemon V3.1.7 Released

– Android: Backward port new features into Android 1.6, by selectively disable features aren’t supported by Android 1.6 (Add Feed By Google Reader Will not work, Stop Podcast playback when audio lose focus will not work)
– Android: Fixed start crash issue on Android 2.1 (NOTE: Stop Podcast playback when audio lose focus will not work since Android 2.1 doesn’t support the function we are using to archieve this feature)
– Android: Fixed Theme->Color Picker crash in landscape view
– Android: Fixed podcast React to Headset not working
– Android: Fixed podcast Pause headset disconnect not working
– Android: Fixed podcast Pause power removal not working
– Android: Fixed View Comments causing crash on some devices
– Android: New Feature – Allow add feeds by user click on feed url links on third party applications (like gmail)
– Android: Fixed crash when fast prev/next podcast
– Android: Add Mobilize Instapaper toolbar button (configurable and display by default)
– Android: Add Mobilize Google toolbar button (configurable and hidden by default)
– Android: Fixed list article grid view text overlay is align at the top of grid instead of at the bottom for Android 1.6-2.1


17 responses to “RssDemon V3.1.7 Released

  1. Matt December 7, 2011 at 8:59 pm

    Thank you for attempting to fix the React To Headset issue. I very much appreciate your efforts but unfortunately it is still not working.

    I am used to switching which is the dominate audio app for my bluetooth car stereo or bluetooth headphones and have checked that there are no conflicts with my other audio programs such as Winamp, Audible & Mortplayer. There is simply no reaction when I press play or skip when “React to Headset” is enabled.

    HTC Android 2.3.3

  2. Barry December 8, 2011 at 10:41 am

    Pause disconnect headset (still) not working on mine (Motorola Defy + 2.3.4, RSSdemon 3.1.7). Used to work on 2.x

  3. david31262 December 8, 2011 at 12:09 pm

    Where is the setting to set the “Mesage Store Limit” for a specific feed (I’m not seeing it under feed/properities).

    Can I increase the amount of text visible in the article snippet ?


  4. Nathan December 8, 2011 at 2:13 pm

    could you add back the button to fast forward while listening to a podcast? Using the bar to find exactly the right spot is a pain.customizing how long it skipped was terrific! thank you!

  5. Cliff December 9, 2011 at 3:50 am

    RssDemon Version 3.17:

    1. The feed message store limit override option for individual feeds is missing “{LongPress Feed title} > Properties”. This means only the general “Settings > Message Store > Feed message store limit” controls the number of messages stored per feed. [HTC Desire, Android 2.2]

    2. The new “Auto cleanup” limit-by-age functions seem to logically conflict with simultaneous setting of a limit-by-number message store limit. In version 2.X, I set an individual feed’s message store limit of read messages to a low number to achieve an implicit ‘Auto cleanup’ function. Shouldn’t one of these settings become inactive simply by choosing the other? [As I prefer using Message Store limit-by-number, in version 3.X I have implicitly disabled “Auto cleanup (un)read” and “Cleanup” by setting these to “never”.]

    PS. Apart from missing individual message store limit setting and the complete loss of my feed history – version 3.X has been well worth the upgrade.


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