There is no shortage of RSS news readers for mobile, so is there anything about Inoreader that makes it different from the others? This isn’t a basic RSS app, as it’s aimed at power users who want flexibility. However it’s easy enough for casual users to use.
The interface is clean and intuitive so it’s easy to read from your feeds. There are versions for Windows, iOS and Android and you can create an account on the Inoreader website and share your links.
There are hundreds of sources arranged in topics like sports, movies, fun, tech, gaming, business, arts and culture, music and so on. Tap the feed you’re interested in and press “subscribe”. Apart from the list, you can also add a feed by entering the appropriate keywords.
Quick Options makes it easy to sort and manage your subscriptions. You can arrange it to show the feeds alphabetically or by most recent updates. It’s also easy to remove icons.
Some options appear as you read a feed. Tap the star to include the feed among your favorites, use a tag to categorize it or mark as read. Swipe the screen right or left to move onto the next feed, and swipe up to open the source website.
You can paste and copy website links on the app’s Saved pages. Press the Share button to save the article, and there’s an extension for Chrome and Firefox add on. This is in other words, a complete RSS news reader.