Public Notes by chase_ats Tagged #feed_readers

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Is able to do a ton of different feeds. Unfortunately it appears to be more of a client. The client itself is not a good look. So if it can’t have a different frontend. This sort of sucks. It also isn’t updated enough and was never properly completed. #best_of #feed_readers #in-depth #expansive_features #recommendations_from_hn #self-hosted #%on_github #open_source
An app built for mindful newsletter & Substack reading. The Meco app is a newsletter reader for distraction-free reading, giving your email inbox space to breathe #via:pins #newsletter_feeds #feed_readers #iOS_apps #free* #SaaS #$kippt_bookmark_lists #web_apps
Stoop is an app for helping people find, organize, and consume email newsletters. It's like a podcast app, but for newsletters. #via:pins #newsletter_feeds #feed_readers #iOS_apps #freemium #SaaS #$kippt_bookmark_lists #best_of #email_feeds #%i_legit_use_this
price:$3 sub:monthly #via:pins #feed_readers #freemium #pricey #full_text #iOS_apps #mac_apps
netnewswire.com
NetNewsWire is a free and open source RSS reader for Mac. #via:pins #feed_readers #iOS_apps #mac_apps #integrations #aggregated_cloud #free #open_source #twitter_feeds
Mac last updated 2020-12. iOS last updated: 2022-04, but only came out 2021-01. After 2021-03, there was a 6 month gap for 2 fixes for iOS 15 and 15.1 updates. Then a 4 month gap for the two latest versions. Since this is $5 one time, this isn't going to be getting any feature updates nor much bug/UX issues #mac_apps #price_one_time:$5 #feed_readers #native_apps #rss_readers #iOS_apps #read_it_later_apps #trial #pub
reederapp.com
#feed_readers #iOS_apps #mac_apps #pub
feedbin.me
"A fast, simple RSS feed reader that delivers a great reading experience. $2/mo" #google_reader #alternatives #SaaS #monthly #paid #feed_readers #RSS #API #bootstrapped #pub
Can run this off Heroku and compatible with Fever's API (so will work with apps like Reeder) #google_reader #feed_readers #APIs #self-hosted #heroku #ruby #Javascript #open_source #pub
#RSS #paid #price:$20 #yearly #SaaS #feeds #feed_readers #pub
feedbin.com
Another post-Google Reader service #paid #price:$5 #monthly #feed_readers #SaaS #ruby #self_hosted #rails #open_source #pub
Another post Google Reader feed reader #feed_readers #monthly #freemium #SaaS #cheap #$kippt_bk_lists #pub
theoldreader.com
Read all your favorite online content in one place. Import your subscriptions in one click, find your friends, and start sharing. #alternatives #feed_readers #RSS #SaaS #freemium #pub

Read all your favorite online content in one place. Import your subscriptions in one click, find your friends, and start sharing. #pub
Seems bare bones and not sure how many integrations it has with native rss readers on Mac but mainly iOS. Seems to be no Docker or container for easy installation. #feed_readers #self_hosted #RSS #open_source #alternatives #php #%on_github #pub
Seems to be less popular than the big ones (Feedly, Inoreader, The Old Reader, News Blur, possibly Feedbin) but looks polished #feed_readers #SaaS #freemium #cross-paltform #price:$6 #monthly #alternatives #pub
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. Potions are custom workflows with triggers and actions. For example, some of the other RSS apps on this list let you see the posts of someone you follow on Twitter in your RSS app. But with a Netvibes Potion, you can get even more granular. For example, create a feed that only shows @mentions of your brand, or get a feed of all posts that use a specific hashtag. Netvibes supports more than 38 trigger apps currently, including sites like Twitter, Medium, Reddit, and Slack. Just set the trigger to monitor the specific site and action you're interested in, then set your RSS feed as your action. When you're finished, all of the mentions that meet your trigger criteria show up in your feed alongside any publications you're following. The end result: a really powerful dashboard for marketers who want to monitor their brands and stay on top of industry changes and important content at the same time. Netvibes Price: Free for the Basic plan that includes up to five Potions; from $24/year (billed monthly) for the VIP plan that includes unlimited Potions. #feed_readers #freemium #SaaS #dashboards #research #tracking #unique_features_slightly #pub
If you want an easy way to keep up with all of the publications you follow and the things you're following on Twitter, YouTube, Reddit, and Pinterest, FlowReader is the RSS reader for you. Subscribe to as many blogs as you want, and see the headlines of their posts in reverse chronological order. Skim headlines quickly, and open only those that catch your eye. Then, connect your Twitter, YouTube, Reddit, and/or Pinterest accounts to see all of the people, brands, topics, and channels you're following on those sites in separate feeds. This keeps you from having to navigate through multiple sites to stay up to date with all of your interests, but—perhaps most interestingly—it gives you an actual chronological view of posts. 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. FlowReader Price: Free #unique_spin_slightly #feed_readers #free #alternatives #pinterest #twitter #youtube #reddit #automated #pub