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In this window you can broadcast the contents of the blog and/or RSS Feed using the FeedReady App that visitors can download, free of charge, from the App Store or from Google Play.

Once they have downloaded the FeedReady App on their mobile devices, visitors will be constantly updated on the news published on your website.

Click to expand/collapseReference: Commands for setting up the App

If you want the contents published on the website to be available via the App, first you must enable the Enable display of the contents in the FeedReady App option. Then, you have to specify the sources for the Contents to display in the App:

Show the Blog contents: set the Blog posts as contents to be displayed for the App.
Show the RSS Feed contents: set the RSS Feeds as contents to be displayed in the App.

As well as defining the contents, you have to set the following parameters in the Settings section:

App header picture: this is the image that will be displayed as the header of the App screen, where the list of blog posts and/or RSS Feed articles are shown.

You should use a picture that is in line with the website's graphic style, and  contains distinctive elements, such as a company logo, for example. To ensure that the picture is displayed correctly, whatever the device, save it as 640x360 pixels. Any transparencies set for pictures saved as .PNG will be maintained.

Suggest installing or opening the App: if you enable this option, a message will be automatically displayed, inviting visitors who are using a mobile device to install or open the App.
Enable Push Notification: if you enable this option, the App will send a notice to the mobile device on which it has been installed as soon as a new article is published.


Best practices:


How to broadcast website contents with an App

Further information:


Mobile Apps: definitions and uses