g Newsreader - $0.99:
g NewsReader is so far my most loved Google Reader application for BlackBerry 10. You can swipe starting with one story then onto the next, perspective individual bolsters and in addition entire label bunches, star things, and have the greater part of the read and new statuses sync up. There's full combination with Pocket, Readability, and Instapaper, so you have choices for looking up on stories up some other time. Sharing stories is simple through the framework menu, in addition to there's a committed alternative for sharing to Google+. By and large, I'm truly content with g NewsReader's smart responsiveness and simple use. Certainly lift this one up in the event that you invest a great deal of energy in Google Reader.
Press Reader - Free:
Press Reader is a customer facing facade for more than 2,100 daily papers far and wide. Clients can subscribe to productions or purchase singular versions. Downloads keep running for about $0.99 a pop. There's additionally a $29.99/month membership administration which gives per users boundless access to the full gathering. Daily papers are sorted out by topography, then clients can flip through the rundown of accessible choices sequentially, or look for something particular with the bar at the top. New issues can be conveyed consequently in case you're a general per user, and on the off chance that you missed an issue, you can simply download more seasoned releases.
News360 - Free:
News360 is an aggregator that allows users to define interests to follow, and provides multiple sources for the same story. This means users get a full-spectrum perspective (a 360-degree view, one might say) of the news. Excerpts of stories are provided in plain text, and viewed in their entirety thanks to the seamlessly embedded web browser. The only real downside here is that the app was originally made for Play Book, so you’ve got to use it in landscape orientation.
The Reader - $1.99:
The Reader is a marginally more adapted Google Reader customer for BlackBerry 10. For instance, a date stamp tails you as you look through a story sustain, and a switch for light and dull topics is dependably good to go when inside a story. Stories can be perused on a for every tag or per-bolster premise, which isn't the situation for all Google Reader applications on BB10. Alongside choices to star stories and offer by means of NFC or different channels, clients can stamp stories for perusing later through Instapaper and Pocket coordination. The Reader likewise utilizes some fairly bringing symbols. Ideally they're really enough to divert you from the odd spelling anomaly.
Daily - $0.99:
Day by day becomes well known in BlackBerry World with its elegant format and sharp textual styles. Clients can rapidly swap amongst extensive and little serif and sans serif textual styles, and flip between stories with substantial, finger-accommodating past and next catches. Despite the fact that you can't see bolsters by label, you can alter the labels connected with individual encourages. The typical channels are there for review by all things and every single new thing, and also the capacity to include stars. Day by day is a fine application to get on the off chance that you've just got a modest bunch of encourages to monitor and need them to look especially great.
ReadItNow! - $1.99:
In spite of the fact that the majority of the Google Reader customers here permit you to spare your stories to Pocket, none of them let you see the majority of your took articles. Fortunately, an outsider arrangement has ventured in, offering full disconnected perusing and sifted seeing by labels or read/new status. Sharing from ReadItNow is broad, with effectively open alternatives for Ever note, Springpad, Buffer, and the typical systems like Facebook, Twitter, and Google+. The UI has a completely local look and feel, in addition to nothing else on BlackBerry 10 is conveying this sort of utility to eager web per users.