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  1. Feedbin is an RSS reader with a beautiful reading experience.

    paid Free Trial $5.0 / Monthly

    RIP Google Reader about almost 2 years ago:

    I find https://feedbin.com/ almost identical (Feedly feels a bit too different for my liking, but is clearly the most popular) but it also feels like times have moved on and I don't find myself using it in the same way. The blogosphere isn't quite what it was back in the late 00s.
  2. The content you need to accelerate your research, marketing, and sales.

    freemium $72.0 / Annually (1000 sources)

    Ask HN: What RSS Reader do you use in 2022? about about 2 months ago:

    I use Feedly, not sure why it's not more frequently recommended. https://feedly.com/.
  3. Dive into your favorite content. The content reader for power users who want to save time.

    Reader is ready 🔮📖 about about 2 months ago

    No ability to customize font-size, and it's waaaaay too big for me on all platforms. This results in tons more scrolling that what's needed with Raindrop and Inoreader <-- major dealbreaker for me.
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  5. NewsBlur is a personal news reader that brings people together to talk about the world.

    The year of the RSS reader (really) about about 2 months ago:

    NewsBlur - I'm on a paid plan since I'm a packrat with almost 700 feeds. It is a pretty busy interface but has tons of functionality. Their mobile app is also pretty good. https://newsblur.com/.
  6. Reeder is an RSS reader and client for multiple services.

    Report: More Developers Use Linux Than a Mac about about 1 month ago:

    Reeder: Beautiful and highly functional RSS reeder with iCloud based sync between devices.
  7. A clean, distraction-free reading experience, now on iPad