Automation does require professional accounts. Professional accounts also have some other nice features, such as the ability to integrate with IFTTT and Zapier (offline mode for mobile apps). It also includes my personal favorite: keep your YouTube account in sync with your RSS reading. You can watch YouTube videos in Inoreader. Next time you log in to YouTube, you will not have a large number of unwatched videos.
Inoreader provides a free (with ads) account, which helps to test whether the service meets your needs. If so, the cost of the Pro account is $7 per month (it will be cheaper if you buy one year in advance), which will bring more advanced features and support more feeds.
Best for beginners
Feedly may be the most popular RSS reader on the web, for good reason. It is well-designed, easy to use, and provides excellent search options, so you can easily add all your favorite sites. In my opinion, it lacks something that makes Inoreader a little better-YouTube sync-but other than that, Feedly is a good choice.
It even has some features that Inoreader doesn’t have, such as Evernote integration (you can save articles to Evernote) and a note-taking feature to jot down your own thoughts on the story. Feedly also touts Leo, the company’s AI search assistant, which can help filter your feed and display what you really want.In my tests, I found that it works very well, but a big part of what I like about RSS is that it has no artificial intelligence-I don’t like it. think Automatic filtering. However, depending on how you use RSS, this may be a useful feature.
Like everyone else here, Feedly offers IOS with Android Application and web interface. Feedly can provide up to 100 feeds for free. The Pro version subscription costs $8 per month (it will be cheaper if you pay for a year), and you can enable more features, such as notes, save to Evernote, and read without ads. A Pro+ account provides you with AI features and more features at a price of $12 per month.
Best for DIY enthusiasts
Newsblur is a refreshing simple old-fashioned RSS reader. You won’t find AI or YouTube sync here-it’s for reading RSS feeds and continuing your life. It can subscribe to all kinds of content (including newsletters), read full stories (never provide their RSS feeds), integrate with IFTTT, and even track changes in stories as publishers update articles.