How do you read feeds on your BlackBerry? Starting with OS 6, RIM has included a feed reader app with every BlackBerry, but for some Social Feeds isn’t the best way to handle RSS. As I mentioned in the Torch 9810 review, it’s great for a quick and dirty update on various sites, but many other BlackBerry RSS readers provide a more robust interface. And, since many people use Google Reader as their primary RSS feed, many of these other RSS readers feature Google Reader synchronization. BeReader is one of those apps, and I have to say that it has provided quite an excellent BlackBerry reading experience. BeReader works so well, because it creates a facsimile of the Google Reader interface. When you sync your account it’s really synced. That is, you get not only your feeds, but also your folders, starred items, and everything else you’ve customized in your account. You can unsubscribe from feeds, add new ones, and place feeds in folders right from the app. It even lets you view your feed in compact or full layout for articles, so you can go through your feed just as you would on your computer. One feature that comes in handy is the ability to read feeds offline. Just select the feeds you’d like to download locally, and you can read them when you don’t have a data signal. Any statuses you apply to the article will sync once you’re back above ground. This feature is what separates the good feed readers from the great ones. BeReader adds another useful feature: touchscreen users can hover over articles to see a menu of options — just like the contextual menu options RIM introduced with BlackBerry 6. While there are many RSS readers for BlackBerry, some stand out well above the pack. We at BBGeeks feel that BeReader not only stands out, but stands at the head of the class. It’s a little pricey compared to the apps we normally feature, but $4.99 isn’t that much to pay for the best. You can get BeReader at App World.