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Here at Next Matters, we love OneNote and we know you do too. Today, we’re introducing OneNote support in our latest update (2.5) for Windows 8.1. Now you can save articles to OneNote with just a single click. Let’s take a look at the screenshots below:


Btw yes, huge fan of Call of Duty series. Looking forward to Xbox One release.  :)


Below you can choose your favorite sharing/saving tool (under Settings -> Options). The other services will be shown in the redesigned overflow menu i.e. the three dots in upper right corner.


Other improvements

  • Post to “Facebook Page”.
  • Updated buffer integration (can also be selected as favorite tool) .
  • New keyboard shortcuts – C: Clip to OneNote, B: Buffer.
  • Change default mobilizer directly from drop down menu.
  • Improved error handling/messages and bug fixes.

In addition, to celebrate Diwali, we’ve dropped price from $2.99 to $1.49 for the next 24 hours (only on Windows store). Since, it’s universal already, so buying the Windows version gives you full access to the Windows Phone app as well.

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Today we’re launching a major update (v6) for Nextgen Reader. It’s now faster and universal. That is Nextgen Reader now shares the same identity across the Windows Phone Store and the Windows Store, therefore you can login/purchase once and run on multiple devices. We’re also very happy to announce that you can now own Nextgen Reader on Desktop, Tablet, and Windows Phone device for just $2.99 once!

All of your accounts data is roamed securely using Windows Credential Locker. In case you’re not using the Windows 8 app already, you’ll be prompted again for login at start. Please find the screenshots and change-log below:

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• Brand new logo for universal app.
• Login/purchase once and run on multiple devices (Windows or Windows Phone).
• New live tiles with smaller text size for headlines.
• Easily configure individual tiles i.e. display only unread count, headlines or images.
• Support for large screen devices (Lumia 1520).
• Share articles via OS e.g. save to reading list app.
• Discover new feeds or browse categories via ‘add feeds’ hub.
• Optimized for low memory devices (Lumia 520).
• Redesigned login page and fixed login errors.
• Improved OneNote login (if you use 2-factor authentication).
• Many other changes and improvements.
• Known issue: Save image to phone is not supported in this release (planned).

We’re excited about the new update, and we hope you enjoy it as well. As always, please share your thoughts with us on Twitter/Facebook or just leave a comment below. Happy Reading!


Cheers / Thanks,
– Next Matters

We here at Next Matters are big fans of Buffer. It is simply a great way to share articles on your social media channels. Here’s a couple of our favorite reasons:

  • Found a bunch of interesting stories in Nextgen Reader but didn’t really like sharing all at the same time.
  • Or simply wish you could post an article at particular time on Twitter or Facebook?

Using Buffer, you can simply add links to your queue or schedule them individually. We recommed you head over to now and find out more about it’s features.

Configuring, adding and scheduling updates is straightforward in Nextgen Reader. Just hit the share button and select “Buffer”. We even added a special ability to send updates to buffer from Internet Explorer. Just open on your WP8 device and follow the simple steps.

Find the screenshots below:

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Other improvements in 5.2 update

  • We’ve also added HTTPS support in latest update, as some of you’re not able to sync articles in corporate networks due to proxy issues.Please go to app settings -> synchronization and turn on “HTTPS”. Kudos to Feedly team for making HTTPS free. :)
  • Now you can easily post links to any of your Tumblr blogs via Nextgen Reader.  Tap share and select “Post to Tumblr”.
  • Last but not least, you can open YouTube videos directly in MetroTube from Nextgen Reader (please see the screenshot below).

We hope you enjoy the update.

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Thanks a lot!

– Next Matters

P.S. We’re adding Buffer support to Windows 8 version in next update (hopefully around Windows 8.1 launch).

Fast, clean and beautiful reading is an amazing experience. That’s what Nextgen Reader is for, and today we’re bringing a number of nice enhancements, including a new theme and re-designed article view to make it even better. Let’s take a look.

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Now you can customize font-style, size and text-alignment for a more personalized reading experience. Also, you can jump to “view settings” directly from the app bar menu. Nextgen Reader now preloads your next/previous story (even the full article) for faster reading, so you never have to wait again. In-addition to above improvements, we also added a new “slate theme”. It is beautiful and comfortable for long reading. Just give it a try.

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Other improvements

We hear you feedback. Now you can set open method per feed (i.e. summary or full article) on WP8 just like Windows 8 version. We also fixed issues around it like automatically loading summary when application is unable to download full article or if there is no internet connection. These improvements will also be pushed to Windows 8 app in next update (and much more).

Nextgen Reader now remembers your list style for individual feeds or category (e.g. headline or headline + images). This is great, just like the Feedly app on iOS. Last, but not least we’ve also fixed several other issues (e.g. displaying image captions correctly) and worked hard to make sure that the performance is absolutely great.

Welcome to the amazing experience of Reading!

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As always, we love your feedback. Please vote for your favorite ideas or suggestions here (for WP8):

-Next Matters

P.S. We’re very excited about the platform/API improvements in Windows 8.1. More on that soon!

Exciting news! A big update for Nextgen Reader (v4.5) is out on the WP7 store with Feedly support.

If you haven’t migrated to Feedly yet, then please read this post on how to import your Google Reader data into Feedly:


  • New: Support for Feedly.
  • Fixed: Sharing on Twitter.
  • Support for new live tile templates on WP7.8 (including wide tiles).
  • Tons of improvements, bug fixes and all the new features from WP8 release.

We hope you enjoy the massive update on your WP7 device. :)

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Cheers and thanks for your support!

-Next Matters

[Update] Nextgen Reader (v1.7) update is now available in Windows 8 store.

We are very excited. Nextgen Reader (v5.0) update with Feedly cloud is now available in Windows Phone 8 store.

We hope you enjoy the release.  Also, there are other improvements and bug fixes (including the sharing to Twitter).

Few important notes about the migration:

  • Please backup your data using Google Takeout:
  • To connect with feedly cloud, please go to app settings -> accounts and select “feedly”.
  • If you’re logging in for the first time, then Feedly will automatically migrate your list of subscriptions and categories. It will also migrate the tagged articles (Note: there is 1,000 entry limit for each tag).
  • Your unread counts are reset.

Thanks to Feedly for being a great partner and building an awesome product.


Next Matters

We’re excited to announce that Nextgen Reader will add support for Feedly before Google Reader retires.

As you may know, Feedly is working on the Normandy project, to help keep the vibrant ecosystem of Google Reader apps that people love. We’re delighted to be part of this project, along with some of the best Google Reader apps on other platforms. You can read the announcement here.


We’ll update apps on both WP8 and Windows 8 this month. And specially for our long-term customers, we’ll also update the WP7 version to support Feedly, hopefully next month or as early as possible.

Finally, a big THANK YOU to all of our users for supporting us.

Happy Reading!
– Next Matters

P.S. More news on the beta next week.

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