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Weave updated to v3.5 adds YouTube, mp4, and podcast support

Weave (see review) is a superb looking news reader app for Windows Phone. The built-in categories contain top sites and resources, with users being able to add more to any category. Articles can be shared with friends via social networking and email. Weave has recently been updated to 3.5, which brings YouTube, mp4, and podcast support.

If you're not aware of Weave, some app highlights:

  • 33 pre-loaded categories including world, financial, deals, fashion, video games, technology, and sports news just to name a few!
  • Add new categories at any time 
  • Over 180 pre-loaded, high-quality news sources including CNN, Wall Street Journal, ESPN, Engadget, USA Today, NY Times, IGN, Entertainment Weekly, and many more!
  • Feed search – you can search for new feeds by topic or website name
  • Easily manage your feeds and categories via the settings screen
  • Preview articles with a touch of a finger
  • View full articles at your leisure
  • Share articles with your friends, via email
  • Post an article to your Facebook wall
  • Tweet an article to your Twitter followers
  • Send an article to Instapaper

You can download Weave from the Marketplace for free (ad supported) with a paid version available.

Via: @SelesGames

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MCD#WP says:

When will they update Game News Now?Yeah, I know Weave games section is the same but I like GNN interface.

Pete C says:

Maybe I am just not getting it, but I don't see the YouTube support. I just went to a few articles that I know have videos embedded in them, and I see no way to watch them on Weave.

You don't watch them in Weave (not possible), what it means is that YouTube support is now included. Specifically, if you come to an article with an YouTube video, it will recognize that there is a video and allow you to launch the official YouTube app to watch it--it actually works very well.Before, if it had a video, it wouldn't even recognize that it was there.

Curtieson says:

I didn't get the update...I don't think...I HOPE the fixed the bug where articles in the "Featured" section don't go away when you click into them. This issue only is an issue because the "Mark as Read" icon is removed when you activate "Mark an article as 'read' as soon as I tap on it."Also...why is there a free version and a paid version with a trial...for every version of their apps there are two entries. I can't believe that is even legit.