Slack is is a messaging app for teams, but it’s also a great way to keep up with your favorite RSS feeds and web comics. Here’s how you can do that.
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Inoreader is a content reader for power users who want to save time & is extremely customizable. Here are 9 tips and tricks for customizing the Web version.
Looking for the best way to keep up with your favorite blog sites on your Android device? Here are the top 4 RSS readers you may want to try.
If you are looking for a good RSS reader, and you’re a Firefox user, NewsFox is a capable RSS reader that you can use on Firefox.
For those who read RSS feeds every day, JellyReader is a useful RSS reader that store your feeds in the cloud and allows you to access RSS feeds offline.
Feedly is now the go-to service for reading RSS feed. However if you are not willing to place for the premium service, Feedspot can be an alternative.
As technology evolves, people now expect to read news on their smartphones rather than on plain newspaper. Here are 6 ways to read news on Android devices.
While there are plenty of Google reader alternatives, most of them are web-based and few allow you to host your own RSS feeds server. Sismics Reader is a new open-source RSS feeds server which allows multiple users to connect to it and host their own RSS feeds.
Now that Google Reader is gone, most of you have moved to Feedly and used it as the alternative to Google Reader. If you are a Google Chrome user, here are some extensions that you can use to improve your Feedly experience.
With the death of Google Reader now all but assured, it is time to move on, Rolio looks to grab your attention and become your new RSS friend.
Google Reader is closing down pretty soon. If you are still searching for a new home for your feeds and you prefer a self-hosted solution, then Tiny Tiny RSS is the best choice for you.
There are plenty of Google Reader alternatives, but if you are looking for one that look just like Google Reader, CommaFeed is the one for you.
MultiPlx is a very useful RSS reader that allows users to read their favourite websites in a simple and clean interface.
If you are subscribed to a lot of RSS feeds, chances are you are spending plenty of time sifting through all of the items you don’t want to read, wouldn’t it be easier to completely filter them out and get them to show only the items you want? We’ll show you how.
Mountain Lion’s Notification Center really makes it easy to keep up with your social networking accounts (Facebook Twitter), new email messages, birthdays, events, Game Center requests and much more. Plus, now with the new Mac app Reader Notifier, you can also use the Notification Center to keep up with your favorite RSS feeds.
RSS readers are immensely useful tools for more than just keeping up with your favorite sites. In the past we have talked about different tools to use your Google reader. Some were about bettering your reading experience with Google Reader. I know I use Google Reader to catch up on my favorite sites. The hard […]
With so many interesting websites out there, you must have bookmarked a few that you check daily for new posts and interesting articles. Checking each of these websites individually can be a bit cumbersome because not only are you shifting from one browser tab to another, but also getting a new reading interface with each […]
One of the most frequently asked question from content publishers (that means all bloggers, you and me alike) is “How to make sure that my feed subscribers can read my latest update the moment I publish it?” This nearly real-time technology is not really possible in the past, but with PubSubHubbub (yes, it kinda sounds […]