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Does this app simply update a static list of feeds (i.e. a list hard-coded in some json file) or does it let the user input their own search queries? Looks great, btw! Oh, one more question, any reason you chose to stick to OnsenUI version 1 considering the benefits of their new framework agnostic beta?

Hello @taliwalt,
thank you for contacting me and for your interest in this product. I really appreciate that!

This application allows you to download unlimited public Atom, RSS, or Media RSS Feeds (grouped by your categories) by using the Yahoo Query Language. It comes already with a Service that enables you to query a list of grouped Feed resources dynamically. All the Feed resources (urls) should be defined into a configuration feed-resources JSON file. In addition, you have always the option to group them by categories as the feed-resources JSON file comes with a specific structure that supports that.

Finally, it comes also with several templates that render the Service JSON results.

Hope my answer helps you! Don’t hesitate to contact me for any additional information.

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George

This app (cordova), have function to make local notifications?

Hello @pedro1093,
thank you for contacting me and for your interest in this product. I really appreciate that.

Regarding your question, at this time this product does not come with such functionality.

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George

This is confusing. Do users of your google feed api product have to pay for this? You promised an update with a solution to google feed api. The last outage cost my app dearly. I lost most of my users

Hello @webextremeconcept,
thank you for contacting me.

I released that as a separate product because it’s an absolutely new implementation based an another API. It was not just a simple update. In any case, I am planning also to include this implementation in all my Apps in the next period. Regarding the Google Feeds API, it seems that Google keeps it still open. Could you please verify that?

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George

Yes. Google has kept it up for now. But relying on this is poor business. I have spent thousands of dollars using your app as a framework for business. I lost heavily during the last outage. I contacted you and you promised a solution within two days. Seeing you shopping the solution and ignoring your promise is quite sad. Doing business on a deprecated model (Google Feeds API) is not sound business strategy.

Hello Bawor,
I just emailed you the full YFeeder Application. Please don’t hesitate to contact me for any feedback or support request.

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George

hello i have some pre-purchase questions 1) if the mobile goes offline. does the rss feed get saved in the device so it can be read later?? 2) do you get notified when you get new feeds .

Nice product ;)

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