imageWeave is the top selling paid RSS reader in the Windows Phone Marketplace and it’s on sale now (through the weekend) for just $.99. The trial mode is ad based and has almost all of the features so in any event you should consider giving it a try. It has a solid 4 stars and in reviewing the reviews that dogged it they tend to contain inaccuracies about the app or blame the dev for phone specific issues which is a bit tough. Anyway, it’s pretty lengthy but here’s what you get for the price of a half a cup of coffee:

Full list of features:
• 33 pre-loaded categories including world, financial, deals, fashion, videogames, technology, and sports news just to name a few!
• Add new categories at any time
• Over 180 pre-loaded, high-quality news sources including CNN, Wall Street Journal, ESPN, Engadget, USA Today, NY Times, IGN, Entertainment Weekly, and many more!
• Feed search – you can search for new feeds by topic or website name
• Easily manage your feeds and categories via the settings screen
• Preview articles with a touch of a finger
• View full articles at your leisure
• Share articles with your friends, via email!
• Post an article to your Facebook wall!
• Tweet an article to your Twitter followers!
• Send an article to Instapaper!
We pre-loaded Weave with 33 categories of interest – from sports to technology, politics, world news, videogames, wine, comic books, art, celebrity gossip, movies, travel – just to name a few! For every category, we went and found the highest quality blog and news sources, the ones with the best content, the most interesting articles, and the best images.
As soon as you open Weave the first time, you select the categories you are interested in, and within seconds you have created what is essentially a high-quality magazine that is catered just to you! A virtual magazine that is always updated with fresh articles – without you having to do anything at all!
Enjoy the totally free trial mode – giving you access to nearly all of Weave’s features; or buy Weave to unlock all features and remove all ads now!

It’s in the News and Weather category (and here’s a direct link) and while you’re browsing you can check out Windows Phone News (also from SelesGames but located in Entertainment) that has specific WP7 news and includes Mobility Digest news along with the feeds from our friends. It’s free and here’s a direct download link.

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  1. Nice! I love RSS clients even more than the RSS feeds themselves and I damn sure love sweet phones and, you guessed it, mixing all of that together into a big little happy nugget of offline goodness to globble up — yum! — on the subway.

    So, does it sync up with Google Reader? And if not does it sync up to whatever Microsoft’s clone of Google Reader is?

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