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Add the possibility to open an article from another app (e.g. Feedly) in Android.

Case in point: I browse headlines from journals through their rss-feeds on Feedly, and would love to be able to open the full text article in Browzine.

The added benefit of this as opposed to opening it in a browser is the reduced loading time, improved readability, and the built in access through my library's proxy that Browzine offers.

I see that from Feedly I can 'share' the link to different apps on my tablet, e.g. Gmail, clipboard, etc. It would be great if Browzine could be added to that list, so that the full text could be read from there. I imagine this means offering some kind of API to Android that would allow for this.

This would combine the best of both worlds, i.e. keeping up to date through the journal's rss-feeds, and using the user-friendly interface of Browzine to read full text articles.

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      • John AltmanJohn Altman commented  · 

        I'm a recent BrowZine user (and fan) and a longtime Feedly/RSS user, and this sounds like it would be helpful to me (even on MacOS).

        For me, for many journals, I think BrowZine will replace the RSS feeds. However, as I noted in another Feature Request, for some journals such as eLife, there are too many articles per issue and they are sorted alphabetically, making BrowZine close to useless. For these, I'm sticking with RSS.

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