Publisher: Perkin Tang–Price: $2.99–Everyone has something that interests them on the web, and that’s where Google Reader comes in. It helps you keep track of all your RSS feeds in one place, and iReadg helps you view them in style on your iDevice. The best thing about iReadg is its amazing integration into iOS, from interface to touch gestures, everything is tightly laced with the operating system, which I found made the app more elegant and easier to use. One thing I found cool was when you are viewing an article and want to go back, you simply swipe to the left of the screen. Setup is easy, just put in your Google Reader Account and you’re good to go. The app also boasts an air of elegant simplicity, which is definitely attractive when it comes to news reading applications. iReadG also has a full fledged web browser right in the app, meaning there’s no jumping back and forth with Safari when reading. What sets this app apart from all the other Google Reader app out there (most notably the cheaper ones) is its ability to perform so many tasks offline: you can read, star, and share stories offline (of course-they are shared once you do have access to the internet). Overall, iReadG is a good app. It does what it is intended to do, and adds a kick of style and elegance along the way. One thing that’s missing is the ability to e-mail an article you see, and this is something pretty crucial. This is why it gets a 9 out of 10 from me, Thumbs up!