ThOR may have started out as 'just' a client for The Old Reader, but it has been extended significantly. Version 1.0.4 is now available and adds in full Feedly support, as well as better support for big images and better future-proofing. Full details below.
TOR starring, ready for whatever they want to do to the API
Multiselect delete/move/all-read feeds
Side swipe (check settings)
Sorting alpha now inncludes folders
Some unobstructive spinners
Big images downscaling
Setting: login to unreads
Minor fixes, tweaks
You can grab/update ThOR for £1 yourself here in the Nokia Store. Apparently one more update is planned before the Nokia Store January 1st 'freeze' - hopefully some means of auto-update-checking can be built in at that stage. With services like TOR and Feedly changing often, it's vital that ThOR doesn't get frozen out.
Here's ThOR v1.0.4 in action:
In addition to the Google Reader API services supported, there's now a Feedly button, leading through the usual Google OAuth login process...
Logging into Feedly via Google worked as advertised; (right) two feed aggregators for the price of one?
Drilling down through Feedly feeds into individual stories....
Viewing a RSS item/story header (some RSS feeds have full stories, obviously, depending on the content owner); (right) the Settings in ThOR, note the new 'Side swipe' option....
...used here, swiping between RSS stories within a feed; (right) the new image downscaling is helpful (to time and bandwidth) when content owners insert desktop-resolution photos into feed stories.