Hello, Android Developers!
I'd like to introduce an app that I've been working on - Stream News Reader for Android.
News Readers all have one thing in common: in the end, they're just showing you a list of news items that you hold in your hand.
Stream changes this by simply showing you one item at a time in large, clear, easy-to-read text. Headlines are streamed to your Android device from sources of your choice. You don't need to bother with weird RSS URLs either, as Stream takes its news from Twitter. With the vast amount of sources available covering everything from entertainment to sports to Android itself, the choice is yours. Did an interesting headline just pop up? A simple tap on the headline opens up its associated article or picture in a built-in browser, ready for viewing and sharing.
Stream is a perfect desktop companion, streaming news headlines as you browse the web and develop apps yourselves! It's also great for nighttime use. Useable in either portrait or landscape mode, docking your Android device or simply propping it up makes it even better for these uses. Stream is also customizable with one of four themes such as Newspaper and Corkboard.
I would also like to thank AndDev and its users for being a very rich resource during the development of this app.
Stream News Reader is available on the Android Market for $1.99.
Requires Android 1.5+
Stream on the Android Market