For those of you who are loving Fuse (see early video review), you'll be pleased to know that v1.1 is now live in the Marketplace, bringing with it a ton of new features and fixes:
- better performance
- no limitation for number of feed in a group
- in-app YouTube player
- transform flash YouTube player in browser by a preview of the video and a link to watch it
- lock screen rotation feature
- German added
- Spanish added
And the list of "improvements" is pretty huge as well, so big we're leaving it till after the break. The bigger news is that expect in the next week or so the Mango version of the app to finally land on our devices. New features will include Live Tile, Multi Live Tile, and fast app resume, which sounds pretty killer to us. Pick up Fuse, with a trial, in the Marketplace here.
- new management of new items, they will pass to the unread status only if the user has already viewed the group.
- can import rss with doctype
- display limit message if a google reader group has more than 20 items
- IPSUM : reduces the transparency of the menu for better readability
- IPSUM : menu ‘mark feed as read’ added
- SQUARE : memorize the vertical offset when return to ‘all rss’ view
- SQUARE : increase font size
- add new page : import google reader groups
- dynamic qrcode version (1 to 15)
- update the current group before others
- option to mark new item as unread when we quit a feed
- number of new items indicated in group list
- don’t try to update if no connection
- remove some gif from feedflare at the bottom of articles (share by email, etc...)
- keep image ratio in the article view
- Add 'back to fuse' in the browser view
- remove french sentences
- mark all as read -> update on google reader server
- fix sync with google reader
- RIBBON : fix share option when item changes
- fix google reader doesn't import all feed of my group
- fix "buy this app" link
Daniel Rubino is the Editor-in-chief of Windows Central, head reviewer, podcast co-host, and analyst. He has been here covering Microsoft since 2007 when this site was called WMExperts (and later Windows Phone Central). His interests include Windows, Microsoft Surface, laptops, next-gen computing, and for some reason, watches. Before all this tech stuff, he worked on a Ph.D. in linguistics and ran the projectors at movie theaters, which has done absolutely nothing for his career.
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