Nextgen Reader for Windows 10 snags a minor update

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Nextgen Reader for Windows 10 has picked up a minor update this evening. The latest update for the app doesn’t add a lot of new features, but it adds a simple new toggle which a lot of users might love. With the latest update, you can now disable the Live Tile for the app, which will be very useful if you want a really clean and simple Start Screen. Here is the changelog:

  • Changed app name to Nextgen Reader UWP.
  • Added option to enable/disable live tiles under settings.

In case you aren’t familiar with Nextgen Reader, it’s one of the best Feedly clients for Windows 10 which includes a lot of features:

  • Choose dark or light theme with multiple color accents.
  • A standard 3-pane layout with full keyboard support.
  • A beautiful grid layout for your touch-screen device or 2-in-1’s.
  • Super fast, best-in-class, sync engine with offline support.
  • Pin your favorite feeds to start from either list view or grid view.
  • Set open method per feed i.e. summary/full article/webpage.

You can get Nextgen Reader on your Windows 10 device from the link below.

[appbox windowsstore 9nblggh4m054]

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