RSS Readers

These apps allow you to read Resource Description Framework Site Summary (RSS) feeds in a native and comfortable way. Apps such as Feedly allow you to organize the feeds you’ve saved in multiple categories and across multiple mediums (such as news articles, blog posts, and YouTube videos).

  1. Greed is an RSS reader with Google Reader integration. You can use Greed to read your Google Reader articles, and maintain them from your phone.

    The Full version adds offline caching and several other features not found in the Lite version.

    Discontinued

    Last version, 1.4.3, was released on October 2010. It can be still downloaded from Google Play, but, since it depends on Google Reader, it will be unusable from July 1, 2013.

    show more
  2. Feeds is the premiere RSS reader for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Feeds is fully integrated with Google Reader ! For those of you who choose not to use Google Reader, Feeds works as a standalone RSS reader as well.

    Discontinued

    Development was stopped on Nov 25, 2012, with the 2.3 version. It can be still bought from the Appstore, but, since it depends on Google Reader, it will be unusable from July 1, 2013.

    show more


  3. Naufrago is a desktop based RSS reader. You can import/export feed files in the OPML format, arrange feeds into folders and see favicons for quick visual identification. For someone looking for a competent and fast RSS reader Naufrago is a sound, if slightly basic, choice.
    • FreeOpen Source
    • Self-Hosted
    RSSPBRRY is a free and open source RSS feed reader distributed under the AGPL v3 license. It's a software fork of Miniflux by super-coder Frédéric Guillot.

    Discontinued

    Repository now unavailable.

    • FreemiumProprietary
    • Windows RT
    • Windows Phone
    RSS Central is a powerful and easy to use application that can download and display RSS, Atom and RDF news feeds from web sites all over the internet.
    show more
  4. Snarfer is a light-weight RSS reader application that says about itself to "provide a new approach to RSS feed aggregation focusing on speed, efficiency and ease of use." The last version was published in 2008 and the project is officially discontinued.

    Discontinued

    Development has officially seized. Latest version is 1.0.2 published in 2008.

    show more
  5. ToTheZeroth News is a cloud-hosted RSS/Atom feed reading service. It was originally designed to replace Google Reader's smartphone-oriented interface, which was great not only for smartphones but also for desktop browser sidebars.
    • FreeOpen Source
    • Android
    • Android Tablet
    Sparse rss is a very simple and basic RSS reader for Android 1.5 or later. It includes a desktop widget.

    Discontinued

  6. A simple, powerful and fast RSS Reader with advanced features like Search, Tagging, Sharing, Full Screen Reading, and More. Try it free for 14 days.

    Discontinued

    show more
  7. Gregarius is a Web-based RSS/RDF/ATOM news aggregator featuring OPML import/export, XHTML/CSS output and an AJAX-based item tagging system. It is designed to run on your web server, allowing you to access your news sources from wherever you want.

    Discontinued

    Development was discontinued on 2011, but Gregarius is still downloadable from SourceForge.

  8. Sign in with your Google account and create your online Dashboard of RSS Gadgets.
  9. RSS Notifier turns OS X’s Notification Center and your menu bar into an RSS Feed Reader (In-App Purchase: Notification Bar $0.99).

    Discontinued

    Official product page and app unavailable but download still accessible through download sites.

    show more
  10. Rivered is a web-based multi-platform feed reader that does one thing really well: lets you read content from sites you follow in an uncluttered ‘River of News’. A River of News is a continuous stream of content sorted by most recent first.
  11. A news dashboard inspired by iGoogle and Netvibes.
    show more
  12. Your favorite RSS/atom newsreader and audio podcast player for google reader

    Discontinued

    Since GoodNews depends on Google Reader, the developer announced it will also be discontinued on July 1 2013.