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Pro Free unlimited feeds
Unlike most other news reader services, Inoreader does not restrict the amount of sources you can subscribe to in the free version.
Pro Easy to remove duplicate content
If you read from a large list of feeds that may contain overlapping information, Inoreader offers removing one of the duplicates.
Pro Easy to overview interface so you can quickly find articles that interest you
All the feeds are easily accessible, allowing for a quick access to the most relevant articles, thanks to the interface’s design: minimal and free of distracting, unnecessary elements.
Pro Loads fast
The lightweight UI allows Inoreader to display feeds quickly.
Pro List, card, or expanded view
Pro Optional login using Google or Facebook accounts
You can either use a username/password pair, or you can use your Facebook or Google account to login.
Pro Extensive keyboard shortcut support
Shift + O and shift + N can be used in order to scroll quickly through feeds.
Pro Supports OPML files
Collections from other readers can be downloaded in OPML (outline processor markup language) files.
Pro Can disable social features
Social interaction features can be disabled if they are not wanted.
Pro Statistics about sources
Using the built in dashboard, users can see most read sources, how often they update over time, etc.
Pro Free search for all users
Pro Keyword feed filter
Allows user to filter rss feeds based on keywords and regular expressions. 1 Filter for Free, 10 for Plus members, and Unlimited filters for Professional members.
Pro Premium users can search in all public RSS feeds, even in those that they haven't subscribed to
Pro Has a night mode
Con Ads in free version
Ads appear in both mobile apps and the web version.
Con Can't have unread items older than a month
If you don't read items older than 1 month they are automatically marked as read, with no possibility to "unread" them.
Con Limits free users
While Inoreader's basic functions are still available for free users, many of the options involving customization and search options are limited to paying users.
Con No sub folders
You can't create sub folders. This makes it a bit harder to organize saved content.
Con Uses Ram when it is not active (stays in memory)
Con Mail2Tags is buggy
Only a small amount of e-mails looks OK. Most e-mails are unreadable.