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• Multi-feed Reader + Browser
• Automatic Feed Updates (in order)
• Multiple Account Support (Multiple Google Accounts, Multiple WordPress Blogs,…)
• Multiple Feed Types (RSS 1.0, RSS 2.0, Google Reader)
• Multiple Feed Themes
• Date-based Refresh
• Account-based Refresh
• Multiple Feed Types and Themes
• Support for Polylang (by Ralf Vogt)
• Add, Edit, Modify and Delete Feeds (easier with Feeding Time Product Key)
• Feeds are refreshed in order of arrival, so you’ll never miss your favorite feed
Feeding Time Features:
• Up to 512 feeds
• Full-featured options
• Desktop & Mobile Web Interface
• Swipe to the right to go back
• Pretty fast
• Multi-account feeds and feed-history
• Feed settings can be saved for your next use
• Feed by date
• Feed by date and interval
• Feed by interval
• Feed by interval and refresh interval
• Refresh by interval
• Refresh by interval and refresh interval
• Empty feed
• Browser tabs
• Reader-style navigation
• No! No ads!
Feeding Time is free to use! If you like what you see, take the time to rate Feeding Time on the Android Market.
Feeding Time Changelog:
5.3.0 (March 26, 2015)
• Bug fixes
• Now supports Rss 4.0 feeds and feeds in other readers like Blogsy
5.2.5 (April 23, 2014)
• Fixed a bug that prevented feeds from being deleted
5.2.4 (April 23, 2014)
• Fixed a bug that caused Feeding Time to be slow to start
5.2.3 (January 21, 2014)
• Fixed a bug that caused Feeding Time to sometimes not refresh feeds
5.2.2 (January 21, 2014)
• Fixed an incompatibility with Android 4.4
5.2.1 (January 17, 2014)
• Fixed some minor bugs
• Added more translations
5.2.0 (January 10, 2014)
• Feeding Time now supports Rss 1.0 feeds
• Rss 1.0 feeds are now readable in Feeding Time, too!
• Added support for feed type templates
• Automatic feed updates are now available
• Added feed icons

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✅ Uses Open Source
✅ Automatic RSS feed refresh
✅ Notifications if feeds end.
✅ Notifications if feeds are deleted.
✅ Supports subscriptions to infinite feeds.
✅ Support…

Feeding Time is yet another RSS feed reader but one that combines multiple feeds in one widget.
Enter several feed URLs and a single feed will be generated in date order, refreshing periodically. A handful of options make it easy to adapt for any device.
Get Feeding Time and take it for a test drive to see what it can do for you!
Feeding Time Description:
✅ Uses Open Source
✅ Automatic RSS feed refresh
✅ Notifications if feeds end.
✅ Notifications if feeds are deleted.
✅ Supports subscriptions to infinite feeds.
✅ Support…

Is there a way to make Spotify unavailable for a certain time, so that I can attend a lecture or go to bed?
On the official Spotify App, you can block songs per hour and day but this doesn’t always work if you have music playing in the background when you receive a notification.
This is a continuation of: [Here](

The Spotify HTTP API is not intended for mobile applications, see:

Spotify is a wonderful service for its free tier but for the free tier it uses a dated API which Spotify has not yet updated in a long time.
So for the time being, I am using a method that does not involve the HTTP API and I have found a suitable desktop app to do the blocking.

What I want to achieve is a backend service that, given a minute timestamp, can determine if the user is able to access Spotify in the given time or not.
Later, I want to implement a feature to block specific songs from Spotify.
This backend service will be used in a mobile app – hence, I need to keep in mind how network usage works in Android.

What I am looking for:
* A PHP service with methods that can determine if the given user can use Spotify in the given minute.
* This service should include two methods:
* returns true if user can use Spotify at given minute.

Feeding Time License Key Free

• Launch any feed feed into the Feeding Time list, or add more feed entries.
• Set the interval, refresh, and view options.
• Move items around in the list.
• Drag entire lists to the trash.
• Order feed items by date, time, or page.
• Customize your list background.
• Adjust the feed header to reflect the current feed.
• Sort the list by tag, date, or time, or any other option.
• Customize the widget’s appearance.
Feeding Time Features:
• Comprehensive and easy to use Feeding Time interface
• Display available feeds
• Separate the current feed from all others
• Reset the feed to its original state
• Quickly access a custom RSS feed
• Remove entries from feed and trash them
• Set view options to favorite, last, or most recent
• Sort by page view, date, or time, or any other option
• Set the interval and refresh
• Full feed support
• Google news feed reader enabled
• Feeds are automatically downloaded
Feeding Time Options:
• The date interval can be set to weekly or daily
• The refresh time can be set to either minute or hour intervals
• The order of the feeds is set by the time or date entry
• The display options can be set to favorite, last, or most recent
• The set view options can be set to favorite, last, or most recent
Feeding Time has been tested on the following platforms:
• Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10
• iOS
• Android
To use Feeding Time in your own RSS reader, just download and install Feeding Time. Then, you can launch a feed in Feeding Time, and you’ll find its feed entry under the Feeds tab.
If you have any questions or feedback, head over to our website, Facebook page, or hit us up on Twitter.
Feeding Time

#1 RSS Feed Reader

What’s new

Support for the new Google Reader Public API has been added!
With the new API, you can subscribe to
or follow any feed or account, and get real-time updates from those sources in Feeding Time. You can retrieve items from your own account as well.

The original
Feeding Time has been revamped, featuring a more intuitive and less cluttered interface.

• Order Feed

What’s New in the Feeding Time?

• Uses a single feed
• Maintains the order of posted items
• User-friendly and customizable
• Uses a single feed instead of multiple feeds
• Features auto-playback (with intervals between refreshes)
• Faster than other feed readers
• Fully keyboard-accessible (eg. Tab, ↓, ¨)
• Fully customizable keyboard shortcuts (eg. Tab, ↓, ¨)
• Uses ReaderXML 1.0
• No extensible features
• No ad or trackable functionality
• No photo album-like features
• There’s a new feed reader in town
• RSS 1.0 and 2.0 support
• Moderator-controlled voting (with dynamic scores)
• Has XHTML syntax
• Has a jQuery plugin (without modification)
• Languages: English, French, German, Spanish, and more
• Uses the standard mime-type of a feed (eg. rss2, atom1, atom2, etc.)
• Uses DOM manipulation instead of saving a representation
• Easy config files
• No remote servers
• No ad or trackable functionality
Feeds with urls like this:

Should display the appropriate items in the widget.
For example,

Would display a feed item like this:

Each feed item may have a “link”. This should take the user to the url to the original feed.
Each feed item may also have a title and a thumbnail. If these are omitted, their default values will be used instead.
rss2 or atom1 / Atom 2 feed items are supported (with limitations). Atom 0.3 is not yet supported.
Each feed item may have an arbitrary number of sub-items in the rss2.0 spec. Each sub-item may contain a url, title and thumbnail.
The items in a feed are listed by priority. The highest priority feed item is always shown first (and has the highest score).
The theme uses a minimal amount of css and image files. The easiest way to change the looks of the interface is to edit the.html, css, images and favicon files in the theme directory.
If you want to get more advanced you can create a theme

System Requirements:

Windows 7, 8, and 10
Intel Core i5 or better recommended
16 GB of RAM
12 GB of free disk space
Minimum Resolution:
1920 x 1080
Recommended Resolution:
2560 x 1440
Mac OS X El Capitan and later
Intel Core i5 or better
Mac OS X Yosemite and later


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