RSS reader without unnecessary frills. Good web UI and similar app. Please change the marked read function. If I accidentally click mark below as read and lose the whole queue of things, I cannot go back and mark those articles as unread. This is not the case if I use the mark above as read option. I have my viewer set to show only unread articles. So when a new batch of articles comes through I go to the oldest one and mark all above as read. I then go through them and mark the ones I want to look at as unread. Please fix.
I think this is the best reader I ever use. But I have seriously problem with updated article with the same url. Seems this reader didn't notice that and flag it as already reading article. Can U fix it or maybe add little feature to clear url feed history after a week or month? Thanks
Seems professional. Different subscription packages. Amount of default feeds is overwhelming.
Inoreader is, by far, the best feed reader app available. Its ease of use and flexibility for anyone who knows their way around an RSS feed is simply unmatched, compared to everything else out there, even Feedly. The display options and themes available allow every user to customize the way they read and interact with their articles (from simple, efficient lists to elaborate, graphics-focused magazine layouts for art-heavy feeds). These are not one-size-fits-all decisions, so every feed's display options can be individually customized, which is one of the greatest things about the app that saves me time and headaches everyday. Then, there are the customizable gesture controls. You can choose whether to load full article content inside Inoreader or even load an article's source website in an external browser, with a single swipe. This is absolutely critical when reading one-handed, on the subway or a bus or something. Last, and probably most important, is the fact that it's under constant, active development and the developers are extremely responsive to concerns and suggestions from the community. It keeps getting better and more convenient with every update, in part because it feels like there's so much interaction with users on the forums. I use Inoreader literally every day; it's essentially the only way I interface with the internet at this point, because everything I care about learning on the internet can either be put into an RSS feed or seen through heavy Facebook filters, and Inoreader helps make organizing feeds so simple and convenient that there's just no reason to stumble around in the obnoxious walled gardens of other content providers. Because I use it every day, I finally bought a Professional subscription, not even because I really needed it, mostly just because I wanted to support the developers (although the extra filters and feed management tools in the Professional version are really convenient) and it's the only app I've never felt even the slightest twinge of buyer's remorse for.
A feature rich Rss reader. Allows easy discovery of feeds. The app doesn't push the premium version down your throat - always a plus
Would be even better if it didn't eat up so much ram in the background!
★ Invert articles up/down gestures. Now the gestures inside the articles can be inverted.
★ Teams broadcasts/comments. You can now broadcast and comment articles to your teammates directly from the mobile app.
★ Fixed rare issue in articles list when some articles can't be opened (nothing happens on tap).
★ Performance improvements and bug fixes.