iOS: Reeder's long been our favourite RSS reader on the iPhone and iPad. Today, it gets a little better with the addition of a handful of new iOS 9-specific features.
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Mac/iOS: Long ago, NetNewsWire was the default pick for RSS reader on the Mac. Then it disappeared for a while. Now it's back with all the trimmings (and price) of a modern RSS reader. That includes a new iOS app.
Feedly has become one of the best ways to keep up with your RSS feeds. One key feature that's been missing, however, is the ability to bulk share a collection of sources. Now, Feedly is adding this feature to Feedly Pro.
iPad: Unread is one of the better news readers for iOS because it's clean, easy to use and actually focuses on the reading aspect. Now, the app is available on the iPad.
iOS: Our favourite RSS reader on iOS, Reeder, was updated today with a few small but useful features. The app now supports background app refresh and has a few new navigation gestures.
iOS: If you subscribe to a lot of RSS feeds, you know it can be tough to keep up with them. Good sites that don't update often may get lost in the crowd, and even fast-moving sites can move so fast that good articles get buried. Slow Feeds automatically organises your feeds to bring that good stuff up front.
iOS: Reeder, our favourite RSS app on the iPhone, updated today with a bunch of new features and improvements. It now comes with themes, support for landscape mode on the iPhone, and better subscription sorting.
Google is finally shutting down the super-customisable iGoogle start page on November 1, but that doesn't mean you're stuck without your daily dose of news and other widgets. Here are five great alternatives to iGoogle that you can use as your new do-anything start page.
We've shown you how to get your Google Reader data now that the service is dead, but it doesn't give you all the data you may want. If you really want to sweep up all that information, Reader is Dead is a tool that helps you do just that.
If you're still looking for a Google Reader replacement, time is running out! We've listed some alternatives, but Feedspot is a new contender that offers a simple web app for reading the news, sub-feeds for tags, starred items, favourites and lots of social features for sharing stories with friends.
Google is closing Google Reader's doors on July 1, which means you'll need to find a new way to get your news fix. Here are the services you should check out, and how to export all your feeds and put them into a new reader.
If you prefer a desktop feed reader to a web-based one, FeedDemon -- our favourite RSS reader for Windows -- has just made all its pro features free. It includes article prefetching, newspaper views, content filters and more.