RSS Mobile is a standalone app for reading news channels that does not depend on any third-party web services.
It downloads feed updates and stores them on your device for further reading.
OPML-file import/export are supported, so you may perform migration easily.
RSS Mobile is free and does not contain ads.
- RSS, Atom and JSON feeds support
- Import / Export of OPML-files
- Convenient offline reading
- Grouping of feeds
- Embedded web browser
- Dynamic Type support
Any questions? Feel free to contact us: email@example.com
Fixed the issue when old posts could be marked as new ones under some circumstances.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Finally, a REAL RSS reader.
This app does *exactly* what an RSS reader is SUPPOSED to do. It's not like any of those fancy "readers" that just shove a whole bunch of curated content that you don't care about in your face (you know which ones I'm talking about). You import your RSS feeds of choice, it fetches them, end of story. As someone who is currently trying to migrate from the dinosaur that is Opera Mail, this is an absolute godsend. (By the way, importing from Opera worked flawlessly! Thank you for implementing OPML *correctly*!)
My only criticisms are that the app doesn't integrate with Safari to fetch RSS URLs from sites that offer them, which would be enormously helpful, but probably difficult to implement, and there are quite a few spelling mistakes in the interface (I'm assuming the developer's first language is not English).
Great App, Does What it Needs to
I got this app mainly because I wanted to import my RSS feeds through OPML and it work seemlessly.
I notice one bug however, when importing an OPML export from a RSS reader such as Bamboo for Firefox, the feed categories get imported into the App, but the RSS feeds don't. It ends up being just a list of empty categories. Had to use another PC RSS reader app to export/import/export/import so that I can get an OPML file without categories.
But still, great app. Use it every day!
Works well with almost no frills or complaints. The export feeds function doesn't seem to have an easy way to set the email, but one can export from iTunes just as well, and I might be missing something. The occasional weird RSS schedules can generally be attributed to sites themselves and are trivial to deal with using the clear function. Has everything I've needed with no cruft c:
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.