If you’re a fan of Google Reader’s mobile-optimised interface for iPhones, Android devices or the Palm Pre, you may not know that you can tweak its settings to load more items per page, mobile-format links, and start in any folder.
The Official Google Reader Blog highlights the settings tweaks any Reader user can make to their account. The last option on the page, controlling how many items load on the page per data grab, is a big sigh of relief for anyone who reads faster than their Wi-Fi, 3G, or especially EDGE connection can grab items—moving from 15 to 50 items should save you a good deal of frustration over hurry-up-and-wait moments. Even better, logged-in Google account holders can change their mobile settings without having to have their mobile device handy.
Customize your mobile Reader experience [Official Google Reader Blog]