Thursday, July 5, 2012

5 Great RSS Readers Apps for your iPhone

Syndicate (free) is a news reader for Google Reader, Facebook and Twitter accounts. It shows all news feeds in one combined list organized by news source and makes it easy to sync, mark and read news items. Read/unread items will by synced for Google Reader accounts. For Facebook and Twitter the last sync position is remembered via iCloud. iPhone and iPad supported.

Reeder (2,34E) Client for Fever, Readability and Google Reader.
- Fever syncing (optional, paid web app required, see
- Readability syncing (optional, free account required, see
- Google Reader syncing (optional, free account required, see
- Support for multiple Fever or Google Reader accounts

NewsRack (3,99E) is a full-featured RSS reader for iPhone and iPad with an intuitive interface. Skim over the latest headlines on a beautiful rack of newspapers (only iPhone/iPod touch) or use the powerful classic interface to read and organize feeds.

- Synchronization with Google Reader (optional)
- Download of embedded images for offline viewing
- Organization of feeds in categories (synced with Google Reader)
- Integrated mini browser to read the original website of a news item
- Sharing via Email, Twitter, Instapaper, Facebook, ReadItLater and Delicious.
- Gorgeous slideshow mode (only on iPad)

NetNewsWire (free) is an RSS reader for iPhone — you can read news from the millions of weblogs and sites that publish RSS feeds.
Because NetNewsWire syncs with Google Reader (Google account required) — and with NetNewsWire for Macintosh and FeedDemon for Windows by NewsGator — if you read an item on your iPhone, you don’t have to read it again on your Macintosh or other computer. It’s automatically marked as read everywhere.
You can star items or send them to Instapaper to save them for later. You can email articles or post links to Twitter to share with friends.

Byline (2,39E) Read the latest news from your favorite sites and blogs, even when you’re offline. Simply use your free Google Reader account to subscribe to websites you’d like to keep track of. Byline will automatically stay in sync and bring you new content, putting thousands of RSS and Atom feeds at your fingertips. Even when you have no internet connection (such as on the tube) Byline’s offline browsing feature gives you instant access to complete web pages.


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