We try to include at least one really cool feature for each beta release. For 2.2.1, we added offline feed item/images and the new channel templates while for 2.2.3, it was the powerful metadata processing features and the significantly improved speed.
For 2.2.4, we're already in the process of laying the groundwork for an awesomely cool new feature: the ability to synchronize Awasu with online browser-based feed readers. Awasu's current synchronization capability is already very powerful and comprehensive but it's Awasu-to-Awasu only. Sometimes you just want access to your feeds from a browser, without having to install Awasu (e.g. at an Internet cafe).
Thing is, we're having a bit of trouble finding a decent online feed reader to synchronize with :roll:. We were hoping to be able to work with Google Reader but it's API is not well-suited for the bulk updates that would be required. It'll work but it will be insanely slow. Feed Lounge has a very nice interface but no suitable API. Attensa's online reader is also nice but ditto for the API 🙁
In fact, the best option we've found so far is Gregarius. It's open source so we can add the necessary API to it ourselves but the problem is that it needs to be hosted (i.e. you need to set it up on your own server). We can provide a limited service during the testing phase but this is definitely not something we want to be doing on a large scale once the Awasu beta is released.
Does anyone know of a decent online feed reader that has an API that we can use to synchronize with?