xFeed RSS Reader 17+

Nothing Everywhere

Designed for iPad

    • 3.4 • 8 Ratings
    • Free



Prepare yourself for the exciting, fast-paced world of reading news! Say goodbye to the uninformed dark ages of yesterday and say hello to xFeed! Whether you are at at home or waiting for a dentist appointment, xFeed is always with you to help you stay up to date with everything that you care about.

Categorize, organize, customize and quickly find the latest updates, political happenings, technological gadgetry or whatever else it is that you find so interesting. The time has come. You are worth it. Get xFeed now and start enjoying life.

For questions, comments, suggestions and support please visit: www.nothingeverywhere.com

What’s New

Version 5.10

State management
Support for large feed images

Ratings and Reviews

3.4 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

yuyichao ,

Good but buggy

I like that the app is free and contain most of the functions I need. However, it’s fairly rough and a bit buggy. The editing of feed title resets unless one use the done button which closed the keyboard and moves the input box, strongly disrupting the work flow. The adding feed box does not close after the confirmation popup is closed. The read all confirmation has a bold yes and a normal yes instead of a yes and a no. Adding a feed also doesn’t automatically get it even though auto update is enabled.

Pusher911 ,

It's great and free

My only complaint is with the categories being mandatory, and no option to turn off prompts to delete entire article lists. It also handles keyboard strokes in app poorly. Still better than most in its simplicity and design which do RSS how it should without all the frills and nonsense.
Stay 7+ compatible, champ.

dave platt ,

Still has problems under iOS 5.1.1

Still tends to crash on original iPad when rendering very complex pages with lots of images (e.g. CNN). Worse if other apps are open but it can happen even when xFeed is the only app running. Memory management problem? Safari can display those same pages without difficulty.

New UI has a bug. Sometimes when returning from the "full article page" it reverts to the old UI (partially)... list of available articles is shown full-width rather than in the narrow-column overlay style. Once this happens there seems to be no way to view articles again... they do not display when selected. Only way to correct the problem is to forcibly shut down the app and then restart it.

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The developer does not collect any data from this app.

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