The title only view is perfect for power users, packing in as much information as possible, while the magazine view caters to a slower, more laid-back reading experience.
The navigation menu, swipeable from the left-hand edge of the screen, shows all of your lists and the feeds that are contained within them.
Lists are positioned in a narrow sidebar on the left-hand side of the screen, giving you access to all of the most recent posts on the wider right-hand column.
You can review individual feeds by tapping the arrow next to each list, and the response time is astounding. The app is split into a few different levels, visible as vertical columns.
You start with a complete set of lists on the left-hand side, with an array of thumbnails for all of the contained feeds on the right.
Select the article of your choice and Press will display it in a clean, orderly fashion.
If all of that sounds a little confusing, fear not.
In use, this approach is fast and intuitive, with clear signposts so that you always know where you are within the app.
More than worth the price of admission, in our eyes.
At its core is a plethora of different viewing options, which will appeal to different users based on their mood and consumption habits.
Posts take a little longer to load in, but on the whole this Android app is quick out of the blocks.
There are numerous themes to choose from and the customization options are impressive.
The Android app is a joyous experience across both smartphones and tablets, offering a visual and straight-forward means of building your own personalized magazines.
You can select your general interests and then immediately dive into a pre-generated set of articles, laid out in the style of a newspaper.