Just another quick note to customers of The Early Edition for iPad, this time about adding feeds to your News Sources list. Some users have been a bit confused as to why there are a few pages of news on the first day they load the app, but then nothing or very little on subsequent days.
More often than not, the reason for this is that they haven’t added any RSS feeds to the samples that we included by default, and unfortunately the default feeds in 1.0.1 aren’t always updated every day. We assumed that users would be adding their own feeds straight away but some have actually been content reading the sample feeds we provided. As such, when 1.0.2 is approved, there will be more sample RSS feeds and at least a few of them are updated quite frequently throughout each day.
In the meantime, if you still only have the sample feeds in your list, why not try adding a few more to give yourself some extra reading material. Below is a list of feeds that you could try adding to the News Sources list if you’d like an easy place to start:
To add any of these feeds, copy whichever you’d like, then open The Early Edition and tap the ‘+’ button and paste it into the feed text box and press Done.
One last note. We are working on ways to improve feed entry so that it’s less laborious for those who want to follow a lot of RSS publishers. As well as adding Google Reader support, we’d like to make this process simpler generally.
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