JellyReader Alternatives

    JellyReader is described as 'A RSS reader that stores the data on your own Google Drive or Dropbox ; Works offline!' and is an app in the News & Books category. There are more than 100 alternatives to JellyReader for a variety of platforms, including Online / Web-based, Windows, Mac, Android and iPhone. The best alternative is Feedly, which is free. Other great apps like JellyReader are Inoreader (Freemium), QuiteRSS (Free, Open Source), Tiny Tiny RSS (Free, Open Source) and Flipboard (Free).

    This page was last updated Aug 26, 2019

    1. With a focus on simplicity and speed, Bulletin allows you to quickly subscribe to, read, and share content from the sites you care about. Further, a robust sync API means that app developers can build on top of the service to deliver rich experiences for mobile and desktop users.
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    2. With Ping.it you can manage the news and entertainment of the web all in one place. You can subscribe to specific slices of the web. With the option to curate feeds, for the first time there are no confinements or limits over the subscriptions you make.
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    3. [Available languages: Spanish and English. You can change the language only after the registration, in the atchus! settings.] atchus! is your new homepage with your links, news and RSS. Features atchus!
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    4. Digital photo frame + Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, RSS). Syncs Facebook and Twitter photos. Maximize your tablet usage! You can now use your tablet when you are not using your tablet.
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    5. RSS Reader with Smart Tagging for automatically tagging stories, folders, the ability to share stories with friends on virtually any social network, and lots of non-standard features.


    6. The online media in one filterable news feed. Feedstripes is a fully personalizable media monitor, and article search engine, where you can combine your favorite keywords, feeds and tags to 'stripes'. The site can show you what's trending online in a second.
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      Snackr was built using Adobe Flex 3 and Adobe AIR 1.0. It's an RSS ticker that pulls random items from your feeds and scrolls them across your desktop. When you see a title that looks interesting, you can click on it to pop up the item in a window.

      Discontinued

      Last version, 0.41, was released on June 14, 2010. You can still download it from the official website.

    7. Subscribe to your favourite websites. Follow people Read the news shared by people you follow Comment Discuss with other users about the latest news Don't miss a thing Keep up with your favourite websites Save for later Save articles and read them later
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    8. NewsHub is one of the leading web-based news aggregators. It gathers all the latest and the most thrilling news so that you can easily stay up to date with the most essential updates in different industries.
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