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In addition to subscribing to regular RSS content, you can use Inoreader to subscribe to Twitter, Facebook and Google+ accounts and, even better, you can use Inoreader to export that content in the form of RSS. So, if you want to make a combination RSS feed of all your activity at Twitter and Facebook and Google+ plus all your blogs, you can do that, exporting all your social network activity as a single RSS feed. See More
You can easily create Inoreader recipes. For example, you can have an Inoreader recipe that will automatically publish to a blog any content you label with a specific tag in Inoreader. That is just one example; there are all kinds of ways you can use IFTTT to integrate Inoreader with other platforms and tools. See More
You can create rule-based tags in Inoreader to sort and tag incoming content across all the feeds you are subscribed to based on keywords and other elements. If you subscribe to lots of RSS feeds and want to sort and organize your incoming content, Inoreader rules are incredibly powerful. See More
You can create folders and/or tags in Inoreader combining content from different feeds into a single feed of its own which you can then export via RSS or display with an HTML clippings view. Remember YahooPipes? Like that, but better. If you like to share what you are reading or if you want to reshare your own content from multiple blogs with a single RSS feed, try out the amazing Inoreader export options. See More
Being that the main sync source is Feedly (and that you can not add your own feeds through the app, but only through the services it links to), this app makes for a great Feedly alternative for those that would like to use the Feedly service without having to use their app. See More
clean UI, no ads, multiple languages supported, FREE See More
Justin George's Experience
I like how simple it is to use this app. its got all the popular publications. Love the classic scroll view. See More
I like the fact that I can read articles in English and German at the same time. See More
Chris Turner's Experience
Its a nice app, love the UI, Feeds are updated every few minutes. See More
Prismatic is extremely fast to use and utilizes clever gestures to make it easy to navigate. Apple reportedly sent them a letter saying that it’s Engineers are looking into how they managed to build such a good app. The app does not utilize tradition navigation bars in order to enable full screen browsing. This makes reading long form content or viewing images a fantastic experience on mobile. See More
Although Prismatic has a fantastic design, its biggest differentiator from the competition is its best-in-class algorithms that determine what goes into the news feed. Prismatic uses G+, Twitter, and Facebook feeds to evaluate what the user is interested in. Sources and lists can then be edited to add or remove certain topics. This app monitors usage and feedback in order to further evaluate user preferences and fetch the most desirable information. See More
While it may be desirable for Newsstand to blend both paid and free news sources, it means that their curated headlines are only partially accessible for those who do not have subscriptions for all the various paid sources. This tends to be an issue with a lot of Feedly alternatives. See More
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