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An error occurred while saving the commentNeal Tucker commented
Also, it would be super swell if the mobile web interface had an on-screen button that did the same thing (go to next article), because even if you have a qwerty keyboard, most mobile browsers do not send the keystrokes to the page. Google Reader's android app used to have on-screen next/prev buttons, but they took them away in the latest release in favor of swiping left and right. The buttons were preferable, because when I'm holding the phone in one hand, swiping my thumb across is actually quite a bit more difficult than just tapping.