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RSS feeds are a great way to organize your media diet. Subscribe to your favorites, and get your preferred news and...
RSS feeds are a great way to organize your media diet. Subscribe to your favorites, and get your preferred news and content in a single list each morning. There are many RSS readers on the market, including apps, add-ons, and plugins that organize your feeds in a variety of different layouts for easy reading. Here are 10 of the best RSS readers available now:
The grandaddy of RSS readers, Feedly makes it easy to organize, read, and share your favorite content. Feedly offers Facebook and Twitter sync and compatibility with your smartphone, tablet, or computer. Save your most interesting articles and share them with friends over Google+, LinkedIn, Buffer, Pocket, or Instapaper. Feedly is feature-rich and easy to use, making it our first recommendation.
Inoreader is a fully-featured RSS reader and a very popular alternative to Feedly, with the option of greying out previously read content, Reddit-style. Inoreader also keeps the full history of your subscriptions, so you can go back to them any time you want.
A social RSS reader, NewsBlur claims to bring people together to talk about the world. One of the few readers that shows you the original site, NewsBlur also lets you filter and highlight stories you like and dislike. They also boast an active community of shared user stories, published on the users’ personal “blurblogs.”
One for the nostalgics, Old Reader is a web-based RSS reader in the style of Google Reader. Barebones in features for those who dislike clutter, Old Reader allows you to import existing subscriptions and find your Facebook friends, but make no mistake: this one’s for the old school crew.
Flipboard is the RSS reader for the Apple crowd-- clean, sleek, and very easy to use. It organizes your feeds in a flip-style magazine and comes pre-subbed to many popular blogs and news outlets. If you want a web magazine-like experience, Flipboard’s the one for you.
RSSOwl is a platform-independent RSS reader with many of the features you’d expect. It lets you gather, organize, update, and store information in a convenient interface using various formats for offline viewing. It’s also available in several languages and a breeze to set up.
More of an offline cacher, Reeder caches articles and images from your feed for you to read without an internet connection. It offers integration with Readability, Instapaper, ReadItLater, Facebook, Twitter, and a ton of other services. Another cool feature is gesture controls for saving or marking articles as unread.
Another web-based reader, Tiny Tiny RSS is a news feed that’s designed to be accessible from anywhere, while striving to feel like a proper desktop RSS reader. Another one for the retro crowd, Tiny Tiny is no-nonsense RSS organization for those who want a streamlined experience.
Pulse is an elegant RSS reader for Android and iOS devices. It takes the latest content from your favorite websites and transforms it into a colorful mosaic, where you can tap on any article to see a clean view of the story. Pulse also supports saving of articles for convenient offline viewing as well as integration with Instapaper, ReadItLater, and Evernote.
Liferea is a Linux RSS reader. Although not as strong as the other contenders on our list, Liferea is still one of the few Linux readers available without heavy requirements for installing extra libraries. It’s a fast, easy to use, and easy to install feed reader for Gtk and Gnome users.