These days, webOS developers are busy, going deeper through the code of the open sourced HP platform. Along with open sourcing the webOS, the company has revealed the framework of Enyo 2.0 for the interested developers.
Announcing the working of Enyo and it’s compatibility with WebKit, HP has opened the doors for the webOS developers to take their apps to the Android Market very soon. Paper Mache is the latest app that has reached the Android Market.
The app, created by Ryan Watkins, offers access to Instapaper if the user has a paid account on the service. To get the premium Instapaper service, the Paper Mache users will have to pay $1 each month.
Paper Mache is compatible with devices powered by Android 2.2 and its later versions. The app would be helpful when you want to save web pages to your device, so that you can read it some other times. The app works by synchronizing your device with the website.
The app features various user-friendly interfaces. For instance, the scrolling and paged reading mode helps you in easy navigation, while the light and dark viewing modes improves the visibility.
Other features include custom folders, configurable font, text size, spacing and margin, browse feeds and add articles directly, and have a provision to mark articles “Liked”.
Once subscribed to the full version of Instapaper, the Paper Mache would be useful to people from all walks of life. You can now download Paper Mache from the Android Market, free of cost.