But with a Netvibes Potion, you can get even more granular. App as a Google Reader Client. There is an uncountable number of websites ready to feed you with the daily dose of their interesting articles. Mike Riley is a frequent contributor to several technical publications and specializes in emerging technologies and new development trends. Unread wants to help you to read what is most important to you by eliminating destructive elements from the screen. It has three cool themes like light sepia and grey which can hugely enhance your reading experience. Palabre is available for free but it includes in-app purchases to remove ads, get the Black theme, quick actions feature and custom colors for the app.
The inclusion of a premium subscription service does make Fiery Feeds the most expensive option on this list, however. Some are browser extensions like and for Firefox, or for Chrome. Compatible with iPad, free app Size: 20. Lastly, the automatic layout option feels like a combination of the regular and compact layouts, especially when the iPad is in portrait orientation. It has many widgets to choose from that can be used to customize the way your widget page looks. In the web view, you can also swipe to call up the option for sharing or using the Readability view, and since some webpages have unswipeable mobile webviews, Unread gives you two little swipeable areas at the bottom of the screen.
Considering all the features, this is confirmed that Unread is really awesome and up to the mark. Noisy parades of dots, dates, and tags trample over their screens. And that's both a blessing and a curse. But how would single human visit tons of websites to slurp all the information? The app is on sale, so you'd better go buy it now. While browsing the web if you find anything worth reading, you can save it to read later. Options include determining the number of concurrent loads, as well as on-off toggles for functions like: shake for fullscreen, refresh all on startup, enable landscape view, disable badge icon, and enable cash for offline reading. Actually, it had the correct price tag.
Its main claims are 1:Better Personalization, 2: Better Browsing, 3: Better Sharing and 4: At Work, at home or on the go. Like any reader, its icon will show a count for the unread articles and, as you launch it, you see the number of unread articles for each source in a small ballon placed on the left side of each source. Geometric, colorful, and elegant its a mosaic view of your news and a great way to browse all the laster stories. It is free of cost. These buttons basically allow you to switch between starred, unread and the complete lists of your feeds.
It has a very clean and simple interface, as well as all the social sharing features. To me, the most important functionality brought on with Fiery Feeds Premium are its Smart Views and custom actions. Like Pinterest, Bloglovin' also lets you create your own personal collections of content. When you upgrade to the full-featured Unread app, you gain access to the full library of all 13 themes. It can sync with your Google account and provides offline reading support. But anyway, I tried many and in the end the best were the most popular: Byline, NetNewsWire, Newsstand.
As you will get it on iPad as well, the reading interface would be looking great. Or, there's a tiny arrow above each button in the bottom toolbar, and as you tap on a button the arrow slides with a great animation, much like Tweetie 2 does. I just want it to be simple. You can also discover wonderful feeds that you can organize in your feedly and read in one place on your iPhone. For power users, little details like this could matter.
Unlike many other apps Reeder doesn't have in-app settings, you'll have to fill out your Instapaper details into Settings. I used to use NetVibes years ago and ended up having it as my homepage. Reeder is not scared by the long way: indeed, it covers all the way with it features. With gReader, you can even sync items among the local reader, Feedly and Old Reader. Main features are: To flud articles and share with followers, while connecting to Twitter and Facebook, Create reading list of your interesting leads and access them in home, at the office or on the road, Email or share the stories and the internal information securely and privately, Play video and view images, Find other users who are sharing your interests in topics, news and blogs and to trace with the Activity Feed what ther other readers are reading. Features of Unread Actually, it comes with fewer features but you cannot find any useless feature included in the Unread feed reader. You can add additional data sources, build plugins to add extra features, and download pre-made extras from its community.
Install: with in-app purchases 6. FlowReader Price: Free Web Best for no-frills feed reading If all you really want is a no-frills place to curate and aggregate the content you care about, is the tool for you. Once you have read articles, they are marked in the grid so that you can see the ones you have already read. NewsBlur is a personal news reader bringing people together to talk about the world. The app also integrates with a wide variety of social sharing tools, including Twitter, Buffer, and Facebook, as well as article sharing services like Pocket and Instapaper.