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Briefly: Phlo search app now free, Unread RSS reader

updated 06:13 pm EST, Tue February 18, 2014

Phlo iOS app that allows multiple simultaneous website searches now available for free

Phlo has announced its decision to change its search app pricing to be free. Previously $3, Phlo allows its users to search multiple websites and services simultaneously, and those who have already paid for the app will receive free access to Phlo Sync--an additional feature for syncing collective search history across devices. Users who download the app for free can access Phlo Sync by purchasing a subscription for $2 annually. Phlo for iOS now has additional features, including a quick filter for one's sites list that lets users jump to one's preferred search site. An added refresh button is now in the browser, and the app's overall performance has improved speeds.



Unread RSS reader for iPhone features full-screen reading, multiple themes

RSS reader for iPhone Unread is a new minimalist RSS reader That is now available. Its user-interface offers a simplified layout for an easy reading experience, where users can tap to move from their list of accounts, such as Feedly or Feedbin, to their RSS feeds and then to individual articles. Menus can be accessed by way of a right to left swipe, and a left to right swipe takes the user back from an article to the RSS feeds and then to one's account page. The app does not modify truncated feeds, and features accessibility support like Voice Over and adjustable font sizes. Available for $5, Unread requires iOS 7.0 or later.





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