Feedr is a greet app for collecting all your RSS / news feeds together in one place. I used to have the Gizmodo app, the Slashdot app and other bits and pieces for keeping track of news and articles from a variety of tech and general news sites. Feedr's ability to gather them all together in one easy-to-use, appealing app let me uninstall most of them.
Feedr presents your feeds in a list with each entry telling you how many articles there and how many of those remain unread. You touch the feed you want and it moves to the list of articles. You can scroll up and down the list using your finger or the trackball or D-button and arrows if your phone has either one.
Feedr's main menu lets you update your feeds, search feeds, add / delete feeds, import / export from Google Reader, organise feeds, clear the cache , search history, display the status and mark all as read.
I like this app. It's feature rich, simple to use and doesn't get in the way of the content. It's easy to use, read and manage.
Top marks to Feedr. It's on my (constantly changing) "must-have" list.