Add My Feed is an extension allowing you to effortlessly add RSS feeds to your online reader of choice.

When you encounter a site you would like to subscribe to, simply tap the Add My Feed extension in your browser and you’re done !

Add My Feed works in Safari and in any app supporting the standard iOS share sheet.

The following services are currently supported:
- Fever
- Feedbin
- Feed Wrangler
- The Old Reader
- NewsBlur
- Inoreader
- Feed HQ
- Minimal Reader

For easy sign in into your service(s) the app is compatible with the 1Password extension.

Your favorite service is not supported yet ? Send us a tweet to let us know @AddMyFeedApp !

What’s New

Version 1.3

iPhone X compatibility

Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
1 Rating

1 Rating

Ken.E. ,

Could be great

This is a useful share sheet extension. It lets you add more than 1 feed readers which I thought was great. The problem is that when you use it to add a blog, it adds it to every account that you registered for...

It should ask you which one you want because anyone with more than one reader is following different types of content on each.

The second point is that you can’t remove one of those accounts once you have added it. Sadly , that is the next thing that you want to do after discovering that adding a new blog is all-or-nothing. I’ll try deleting the app and will subscribe to only one.

Together with Feed Hawk (similar idea, but you can only connect to one reader at a time) and Inoreader (which already includes an extension to add feeds to it) I’ll be able to cover the 3 that I use.

If the creator of this extension enable us to choose from several (and should add feedly), is would be he only one you need.

With these two issues resolved, it would be a nice little FIVE STAR extension at this low price.
UPDATE (based on developer reply below)
Thanks for the “how to” - I couldn’t find the answer anywhere. I did delete the app and re-installed it. But I think “your way” is a little more elegant. ;-) I’ve added a star.

The remaining issue is big, too. It’s unlikely that anyone using, say, 3 accounts, would want to add any given feed to ALL 3 accounts. Enabling a user to check off which account to use for any particular feed would make AMF the “killer app” of this kind. I hope that makes sense?

Developer Response ,

You can delete a registered account by left swipping it in the list (in the main app) and selecting "DELETE".
Thanks for the feedback.
UPFATE: It totaly makes sense. Thanks for the update.

App Privacy

The developer, Cubesoft SARL, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.

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