* Edit * After using it for a week, it loads previously removed news back into the refresh, which is a bit annoying. RSS Savvy is just that. It allows me to keep up to date with news I care about in a simple and colourful way. It's easy to use, I can add feeds I'm interested in from my Chrome browser and after trying many others, this is by far my favourite.
The app works great. I love being able to keep my Rss feeds organized and up-to-date. The developer is always just an email away. I have asked him questions about the app several times with a quick response. I love this app and use it several times a day, everyday. Update, I've been using the app for well over a year and it has continued to improve. Keep up the good work.
Does what I want an RSS reader to do: import and export OPML files, allow easy tweeting of articles and organizing sources into folders (segregating news sources who fudge times and dates to put their stories at the tops of feeds). RSS is still the best way to consume news, although many news outlets don't like it. RSS Savvy is up there with the best readers.
Best RSS news aggregator out there. Just discovered that you can change the icons associated with your feeds by exporting settings to a json file, editing it, and then importing your updated settings back into the app.
I set it up to watch a couple of specific searches on Craigslist, and it works pretty well, but the alerts are almost always a couple of hours old and there is no audible alert sound.
Efficient visualization of feeds, but would appreciate the ability to hide read articles & remove the locked savvy feed.
- New toolbar button when viewing articles to jump to the default browser, rather than browsing inside the app. (See the earth icon top right, next to the "Reader" button)
- New preference to always open articles in the default browser (see General Settings)
- Support for several more windows-125* encodings
- Improved the algorithm for scanning web pages for feeds
- Bug fixes