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Feedly
When Google announced that Google Reader was being discontinued, Feedly gained 3
million new users in less than a m...
Feedbin
Another very popular RSS app is Feedbin. Once you’ve subscribed to your favorite sites, you
can use Feedbin’s tagg...
NewsBlur
NewsBlur's most interesting feature is its sophisticated filtering, which can automatically
highlight or hide stor...
Feed Wrangler
Feed Wrangler’s goal is to help you "wrangle" the news. It's a distraction-free
reader—boasting perhaps the ...
Inoreader
Inoreader allows you to subscribe to Twitter and Google+ users or searches, giving you one
app for all of your o...
Fever
One of the most popular self-hosted RSS apps is Fever. It's a standard RSS reader, with
folders to organize your fee...
Selfoss
Selfoss is open source, so you can download it for free, dig into its code, and customize
things if you'd like. Yo...
Read more about the best feed reader apps here
https://zapier.com/blog/best-rss-feed-reader-apps/
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Best Feed Reader Apps

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Looking for the best way to follow your favorite sites? Can't find the perfect app to replace Google Reader? Here are the best RSS feed reader services, with apps for iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and the web.

For more details—and great feed reader apps for your Mac and PC—check out the full roundup on the Zapier blog: https://zapier.com/blog/best-rss-feed-reader-apps/

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Best Feed Reader Apps

  1. 1. Feedly When Google announced that Google Reader was being discontinued, Feedly gained 3 million new users in less than a month. It's not hard to see why Feedly is popular—its clean and simple interface is a perfect solution for the casual reader who wants to see all of their websites in one place. Price : Free; $5.41/month Building a personalized newsfeed
  2. 2. Feedbin Another very popular RSS app is Feedbin. Once you’ve subscribed to your favorite sites, you can use Feedbin’s tagging system to organize your content into categories. Reading content on Feedbin is a breeze—the interface is nicely designed and allows for distraction-free reading (think Pocket with built-in feeds). Feedbin integrates with many popular Read Later and social media apps, and also allows you to add custom sharing services if your favorite tool isn't supported. Price : $3.00/month Advanced search
  3. 3. NewsBlur NewsBlur's most interesting feature is its sophisticated filtering, which can automatically highlight or hide stories based on certain criteria. If you spend some time "training" your filters, the system will learn your preferences and try to surface the stories that interest you most. That way, you can subscribe to as many sites as you want, and still only see the content you're interested in. Price : Free; $2.00/month Predictive article filtering
  4. 4. Feed Wrangler Feed Wrangler’s goal is to help you "wrangle" the news. It's a distraction-free reader—boasting perhaps the cleanest interface in this list—that makes managing feeds simple. You can follow your favorite sites, and even use its beta podcast stream to listen to podcasts. Price : $1.60/month Advanced feed organization
  5. 5. Inoreader Inoreader allows you to subscribe to Twitter and Google+ users or searches, giving you one app for all of your online reading needs. You can then share your favorite articles on social networks or broadcast them within Inoreader, which shares your favorite content with your followers. Price : Free; $1.25+/month Long term content archiving
  6. 6. Fever One of the most popular self-hosted RSS apps is Fever. It's a standard RSS reader, with folders to organize your feeds and a simplified reading view. Once you've added your favorite sites, Fever's goal is to "take the temperature" of your RSS feeds and highlight popular content—the more content you subscribe to, the better it works. Price : $30/month Surfacing most popular content Self Hosted
  7. 7. Selfoss Selfoss is open source, so you can download it for free, dig into its code, and customize things if you'd like. You can add additional data sources, build plugins to add extra features, and download pre-made extras from its community. It'll take a bit more work to start using, but will let you make a feed reader that's tailored to your needs. Price : Free Customizing your RSS reader Self Hosted
  8. 8. Read more about the best feed reader apps here https://zapier.com/blog/best-rss-feed-reader-apps/

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