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RssDemon V3.1.12 Released

RssDemon V3.1.12 contain some new features and bug fixes. If you like RssDemon, please kindly support us by ratting it 5 stars.

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RssDemon is powered by http://www.appyet.com. If you have website or blog, you can create your Android App in few steps. Please check it out.

Change Log

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V3.1.12
– Android: Removed mandatory touch screen requirement, to make it installable on Google TV. Please report back if there are any issues. (Thanks to Dominic Rotberg)
– Android: Change some menu icon to fix issue with icon not stand out enough from background color on some Android Devices. (Thanks to Jim Bento)
– Android: Removed four unused permissions: ACCESS_FINE_LOCATION/ACCESS_COARSE_LOCATION/READ_PHONE_STATE/WRITE_SETTINGS
– Android: Improvement- When return from Article View to Article list, auto move list to last read article
– Android: Updated ภาษาไทย (Thai) language support (Thanks to Chajang)
– Android: Updated български (Bulgarian) language support (Thanks to Pavlin Grucov)
– Android: Updated Український (Ukrainian) language support (Thanks to Сергій Резніченко)
– Android: Updated Русский (Russian) language support (Thanks to Бобылев Борис)
– Android: Updated Deutsch (German) language support (Thanks to Manfred Gsell)
– Android: Updated 한국어 (Korean) language support (Thanks to 정성환)
– Android: Updated Svenska (Swedish) language support (Thanks to Johan Idstam)
– Android: Updated 中文(简体) (Chinese Simplified) language support (Thanks to 李可人)
– Android: Updated العربية (Arabic) language support (Thanks to Haytham alnaeeb)
– Android: Updated Magyar (Hungarian) language support (Thanks to Ádám Gelencsér)
– Android: Updated ελληνικά (Greek) language support (Thanks to Da Priest)
– Android: Updated Català (Catalan) language support (Thanks to Sergi Ràdio)
– Android: Updated 日本語 (Japanese) language support (Thanks to S. Kawasaki)

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5 responses to “RssDemon V3.1.12 Released

  1. Dmitry_N January 13, 2012 at 7:53 am

    hi meecel,
    Did you ever think of adding readability.com as the source to mobilize web content for offline reading?
    In my opinion, it performs better than instapaper. It removes all unnecessary stuff more effectively. Please see for yourself.
    And thanks in advance for making this option available 🙂

  2. Steve January 14, 2012 at 9:29 am

    Is there any reason for this requested permission:

    Phone calls
    read phone state and identity
    Allows the application to access the phone features of the device. An application with this permission can determine the phone number and serial number of this phone, whether a call is active, the number that call is connected to and the like.

    WHY does your app need to know what my phone number is, and the serial number of the phone an to be able to determine the number of a phone I’m calling…. sound damned suspicious to me. I’ve uninstalled the app and its staying off my phone until you can explain why you added that permission and things like geographic location.

    • Steve January 14, 2012 at 9:32 am

      Actually I saw why – its so a third party advertising network can be used…. that’s even worse – you want us to give your app permission to take our personal details and pass them on to the people who run the Millennial Ad system.

      • meecel January 14, 2012 at 10:13 am

        * READ PHONE STATE AND IDENTITY – Some Motorola devices have factory bugs. These devices don’t have unique IDs and this became a problem for ad networks, because they can’t function without it. There is a workaround for this problem by using the PHONE IDENTITY permission. This permission is used only for getting a unique id. Nothing more.”

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