This is initially intended as an RSS reader for dedicated low power machine like the Raspberry Pi, mini android box, and the niches, so it might shy away from a full fledged RSS reader. But for what it does, it does really well. Minus that recent 14.5 episode recap, so far parsed entries from major groups have 100% match rate.
While some parts may not be fully Material Design yet (coming soon!), the current design is my humble interpretation of the new design docs. Comments and feedback are very much welcomed.
This app DOES NOT and WILL NOT download any of the files linked in the torrent files. It can only optionally downloads a generic metadata file (e.g. a .torrent metafile) from a feed like any RSS readers out there.
Used for WiFi-only option to determine whether it is allowed to use the current connection.
For refreshing feeds and creation of new entries.
To save the feed contents (optional). Post-KitKat users please be aware of Google's new mandatory changes for KitKat and forward. Simply put, apps are now limited to only peruse certain directories on the external SD card unless rooted. While any folder in the device internal SD card works fine, any Public directory like Downloads on the external SD may or may not be usable depending on the manufacturer. This permission hence, enables access to that Public directory.
Required so Robomaru can wake the device to refresh its feed.
Android doesn't persist any app alarms when rebooted. Hence, this permission is required so that Robomaru can re-register the entries update time with the Android system after a full reboot.
This app has access to :