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The 10 Best Free RSS Reader Apps

Feedly NewsBlur Inoreader The Old Reader Bloglovin' Netvibes FlowReader FeedReader Feeder selfoss
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    The content you need to accelerate your research, marketing, and sales.
    Pricing:
    • Freemium
    • $72.0 / Annually (1000 sources)
    Feedly's free plan offers most of the features casual readers need. Follow up to 100 sources, sort the sites you follow into topical categories, watch YouTube videos, and read full-text articles (when available) in a distraction-free, minimalist view. Plus, Feedly offers mobile apps for Android and iOS devices, so you can access subscriptions easily both at home and on the go.

    #Insight Management #RSS #RSS Reader 21 social mentions

  2. NewsBlur is a personal news reader that brings people together to talk about the world.
    Pricing:
    • Open Source
    NewsBlur also lets you share your favorite stories, either on social networks or inside of NewsBlur. Within the app, you can add stories that you read and like to your personal "blurblog," or find people with similar interests and follow their blurblogs as well. Or, you can run NewsBlur on your own server for free.

    #RSS #Insight Management #RSS Reader 20 social mentions

  3. Dive into your favorite content. The content reader for power users who want to save time.
    If you upgrade to one of Inoreader's premium plans, you get even more features. Add feeds for Twitter and Google+ profiles just by typing in the username of the person you want to follow, write advanced rules for sorting your content into folders and tags, and customize your dashboard to see exactly what interests you the most when you log in.

    #RSS #Insight Management #RSS Reader 14 social mentions

  4. Read all your favorite online content in one place. Import your subscriptions in one click, find your friends, and start sharing.
    This is a great way to discover new blogs, sites, and channels to follow—as well as share your favorites with your friends. And even if you don't have any friends using The Old Reader to connect with, you can check out the content in its "Trending" tab to see a list of the pieces that have received the most recent likes from other people who use The Old Reader.

    #RSS #RSS Reader #Insight Management 35 social mentions

  5. Follow your favorite blogs and discover new ones, on both the web & your Smart phone.
    Like Pinterest, Bloglovin' also lets you create your own personal collections of content. If you're planning a wedding, redesigning your house, or just looking for new crafting ideas, create a collection in Bloglovin' and add any relevant content you find to that collection. Then, when you need inspiration or are looking for ideas, head to your collections to see all of the content you've saved.

    #Insight Management #RSS #RSS Reader

  6. First personalized dashboard publishing platform for the Web. Digital life managment, Widget distribution services and brand observation rooms.
    Like all of the other tools on this list, Netvibes is an RSS app that lets you follow your favorite publications and view their posts in reverse chronological order. And while it's great as a traditional RSS reader, where Netvibes really shines is with its Potions.

    #Bookmark Manager #Insight Management #RSS

  7. Flowreader is a web-based RSS reader that brings users both web news and social accounts feeds.
    For example, when you log into Twitter, it shows you ranked tweets, followed by "in case you missed it," before showing you posts in reverse chronological order. But if you crave the ability to just see what the people you follow posted in reverse chronological order, use FlowReader's feed to bypass Twitter's recommendations, and read posts in the order they were posted.

    #RSS #RSS Reader #Insight Management

  8. FeedReader is a modern desktop application designed to complement existing web-based RSS accounts. Read the complete article nicely formated directly inside FeedReader and choose one of 4 themes.
    But in addition to its standard features, Feedreader offers a few more options for those craving simplicity in an RSS app: Sort your subscriptions into categories to keep separate interests separate, or use the app's keyboard shortcuts to navigate, expand and collapse articles, refresh the page, and mark items as starred or read.

    #RSS #Insight Management #RSS Reader

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    The easiest way to follow your favorite sites.
    Feeder Price: Free with ads for the Feeder Basic plan that includes access to all of Feeder's apps; from $59.88/year (billed monthly) for the ad-free Feeder Pro plan.

    #RSS #Insight Management #RSS Reader 19 social mentions

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    selfoss the web based open source rss reader and multi source mashup aggregator. Features
    Pricing:
    • Open Source
    Selfoss is open source, so you can download it for free, dig into its code, and customize things if you'd like. You can add additional data sources, build plugins to add extra features, and download pre-made extras from its community. And with a Fever API bridge, it can sync with apps that were designed to work with the now-unsupported Fever RSS reader. It'll take a bit more work to start using, but it will let you make a feed reader that's tailored perfectly to your needs.

    #RSS Reader #News & Books #RSS 6 social mentions

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