Mac: ReadKit is one of the best RSS readers on Mac, and today it's getting a little better with a revamped interface that includes a unified toolbar and a new dark theme.
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If you only read the same few sites with a similar slant, you can find yourself in a political echo chamber. To combat this, The Daily Mixer shows you stories from a variety of news outlets, but won't show you where they came from until you read them.
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.
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.
Mac: Reeder is our favourite RSS client for Mac and today a public beta of the new version, Reeder 3 is available for free.
You have a lot of great options for RSS feed readers. If you're looking for something without a lot of overhead, Litenin is a great place to start.
Feedly -- our favourite RSS reader since Google Reader's passing -- had added a new Slider view.
Hey Lifehacker, I like reading my news using Feedly (not that Google Reader is RIP). For Australian headlines I have tried a number of news sites but find that they repeat articles and flood too many at me. The result is that I don't read the articles and I eventually unsubscribe. If I was only getting twenty or so headlines a day I would stay subscribed and know more than nothing about current affairs. Do you have any suggestions for me?
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.