feeeed: rss reader and more 17+

build your own news feed

James Parrott

Designed for iPad

    • 4.9 • 236 Ratings
    • Free

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Description

you spend hours scrolling feeds all day. shouldn't YOU be in control of what you see, rather than some algorithm?

with feeeed, you can build your own ad-free news feed, on your own terms:
• subscribe to any website and get the latest stories in your feed
• view articles in a fast, focused, customizable reader mode
• see local weather, flashbacks from your photo library or birthdays from your contacts
• no ads or purchases
• free ai summaries of articles
• offline mode: download dozens of stories to read when you're offline
• subscribe to communities from reddit, youtube channels, tiktok profiles, mastodon or threads accounts
• add your own custom reminders, or flashcards
• see your step count for the day, and your progress towards 10k steps. (powered by an optional integration with the Health)
• browse a curated catalog of suggested news feeds for any topic
• full dark mode, including auto-dark mode for any site
• a built-in chatbot that can recommend feeds and channels for any topic
• customize your app icon, tab bar, algorithm and more
• see news on your homescreen with a customizable widget
• get notifications for your favorite feeds
• create and share lists of feeds
• groups feeds into folders and pin your favorite folders to the tab bar for one-tap access
• a lot more!

it's 100% private and on-device (no servers, no accounts, nothing leaves your device). don't worry — it's still as fast, smooth and addicting as your favorite Mark Zuckerberg app. it includes a built-in reader mode and reading list. it's fast!

take back your news feed ~ scroll on your own terms :)

What’s New

Version 10

SUMMARIES: now there’s a button to view a SUMMARY when you’re in reader mode.

OFFLINE MODE: going on a subway ride or a long flight without internet? Now there’s a new offline feed that appears whenever you’re out of service. If you want, feeeed can download 75 new stories every day, so you’re never stranded with nothing to read. Or do a one-time download before a big trip. Go to “Offline” in the “All” tab to get started.

Additional bug fixes!

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
236 Ratings

236 Ratings

DavieMustard ,

The alternative to doom scrolling we all need

This app does exactly what it states: it lets you curate a custom feed of content to read tailored to your own preferences without targeted marketing and clickbait affecting what i read and think about. I have been looking for something like this for months. One particularly nice feature is its ability to give you a diversity of stories as you scroll, rather than just a chronological list that might just dump 12 articles from the same rss feed. And i love being able to read reddit threads as part of my overall feed.

Another very subtle and nice touch is that it serves the “old” reddit view when you click on a reddit comments link.

The reader view works well, as do all the customisation options and variations.

The app feels snappy, quick, intuitive, and native on ios.

Very excited to have found this, thanks!

serene and impatient ,

simple and flexible

This is now my favorite feed reader app! The cards style presentation (which you can turn off if that’s not your thing) makes browsing the articles a pleasure. The in app browser presents easy to read formatting. Sharing works like any other app. I also appreciate the app’s privacy.

When I first heard of this app, I knew there was an extra e in the name, but it didn’t come up in the app store search. Then I got clarification: FOUR E’s!

mdrichard05 ,

A lovely app to create your own corner of the internet

The best thing about feeeed is its ability to easily regulate your content consumption in a fun way, from a huge number of sources. While I can still see my RSS feeds, and can look at the "Latest" tab if I want to see everything in order, I quickly learned to just trust its inherent way of showing me info and I don't get sucked into scrolling forever. Just a great little app.

App Privacy

The developer, James Parrott, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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