Unread: RSS Reader

Unread: RSS Reader

By Golden Hill Software

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2017-08-02
  • Current Version: 1.8.3
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 39.70 MB
  • Developer: Golden Hill Software
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    5/5 ( 538 App Reviews)
  • Price:
    Free
Unread: RSS Reader App Ratings: 5
5
Based on 538 App Reviews

Unread: RSS Reader App Details

Rediscover the joy of reading your favorite writers with Unread, an RSS reader. TRY IT FOR FREE Unread is a free download. After reading the first 50 articles, you are limited to 3 articles per day. For unlimited reading, and to unlock 8 additional themes, there is a one-time in-app purchase. - - - - - - - - - - - - - “Unread is refreshingly simple and elegant. If you subscribe to RSS feeds and read them on your iPhone, take some time and use Unread for a while — I think you’ll be glad you did.” — Shawn Blanc “Unread provides a fantastic mix of elegant typography, intuitive gesture-based, one-handed navigation, iOS 7 features, and modern sharing tools that, in my opinion, make it the best RSS reader for iPhone today.” — Federico Viticci - - - - - - - - - - - - - FULL-SCREEN READING Focus on the act of reading with Unread’s full-screen article view. Articles are typeset in beautiful fonts from Hoefler & Co. Let nothing stand between you and the words of your favorite writers. READABILITY VIEW For truncated RSS feeds or linked list items, quickly load the full text of articles into Unread’s beautiful readability view. DESIGNED FOR COMFORT Move anywhere in the app with a sweep of your thumb without having to reposition your hand. Unread’s stacked navigation was built from scratch to be the most comfortable interface you’ve ever used. Flick left-to-right to go back from anywhere on the screen. Tug any screen right-to-left to show options for that screen. MULTIPLE THEMES Like to read in bed? Don’t strain your eyes or wake your partner with glaring white light. Unread has multiple themes designed for easy reading under different lighting conditions. (Requires a single in-app purchase) - - - - - - - - - - - - - SUPPORTED SERVICES Unread requires an account with one of the following RSS syncing services: - Feed Wrangler - Feedbin - Feedly - Fever - NewsBlur - - - - - - - - - - - - - SO MUCH TO LOVE ABOUT UNREAD • BACKGROUND REFRESH • Unread keeps your subscriptions up to date with power-efficient background updating. Articles and images are saved to your device for convenient offline reading. • SHARING • Use the share extensions to send articles to Instapaper, Pocket, Readability, Pinboard, or your Reading List. Share articles and images via Facebook or Twitter. Send a snippet of highlighted text to Omnifocus or Things for a quick reminder. And so much more. • QUICK ACCESS • Double tap an article summary to instantly toggle read/unread status. Press and hold to show a menu of options. This is great for quick sharing or for jumping straight to the web to view the original article. • LINKED-LISTS • If an article is a linked-list article, like those written by John Gruber at Daring Fireball, the article summary shows the domain name of the linked item’s site. • BIG THUMBNAILS • Turn on the optional inline thumbnails to see big previews of article images while you scroll. • FOOTNOTE POPOVERS • Articles with properly-formatted footnotes will show convenient popovers when you need to read a footnote. • 1PASSWORD INTEGRATION • Get your accounts set up quickly. • ACCESSIBILITY • Unread has 100-percent VoiceOver coverage. Every screen and every feature is available to users with vision impairments. Actions on articles can be quickly triggered using actions on the accessibility rotor.

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App Reviews

  • Displaying more articles

    3
    By whiny little b****
    I have to agree with others, even on iPhone X’s crazy tall display, Unread still shows only 1 article (+tiny piece of another), which leads to much more scrolling required in order to go through all articles. Take advantage of tall displays and show more than 1 article. Feedly can display 6. So, in order to go through 60 articles on Feedly, I only have to make 10 flicks. But to go through the same 60 articles on Unread requires about 50 flicks, which makes Unread crazy inefficient. Another option that would be helpful is ability to go from article list straight to web view without needing to tap-and-hold or 3D-touch or tap-and-swipe. I just wanna be able to tap on an article in the article list and be taken straight to web view.
  • Great RSS Reader!

    4
    By Jenderle7
    I’ve been using Feedly for what seems like forever now and this is the first app that’s had me close to converting. The list of features is commendable but the one thing missing for me is a list view with thumbnails. I find it easier to quickly scroll/flip through the lists using the images as a sort of indicator for the subject of the article over reading text. Having multiple articles on each page speeds things up for me. Anyways nice work! Edit: I wasn’t very clear on the list view. I meant multiple (4-5 articles per page) with thumbnails instead of one large thumbnail and text that fills the page
  • Better than Reeder

    5
    By PaulHubbard
    Uses less battery, updates faster, works great. I use it with Fever and am happy.
  • No inoreader support

    1
    By LeoVogel
    Still no inoreader support
  • Great reader!

    5
    By Crusher4
    Love this app. Could only be better if the safari view controller background (before page loads I get a bright flash of white) and title bar/footer color could change for night/black schemes.
  • Favorite RSS reader

    4
    By insyzygy
    Such an elegant and simple app. My only issue is with the category section: when selecting a category, we should have an option to read all of the articles under each category instead of having to select each individual source under that category to read its articles. For example, I have many sources for the “Tech” category, and it’s frustrating having to select each individual source in that category to read the website’s articles. I use this app every day, multiple times per day. This suggested change would make my reading experience much smoother and quicker.
  • Great RSS reader

    5
    By nguyenhm16
    Revised review: After the developers responded and told me that I could mark an article read by double tapping it, I gave it a go for a few days as my primary RSS reader. I have to say I really like it now, and have promoted it to my iPad’s dock. Prior review: Paid for the upgrade, app looks great, but it’s not as efficient to use as Reeder (which is what I normally use). When looking at a list of articles, I really wish there was a way to quickly mark any given single article as read. The long press to bring up the list of actions is too slow and cumbersome, and marking as read upon scrolling is too blunt of a tool. In Reeder, you can configure swipe left and/or right to mark an article as read. This lets me quickly triage my list of unread articles from looking at the subject lines/summary, leaving a list that I actually intend to read.
  • Great app; attentive dev(s)

    5
    By Phisherman81
    This is a joy to use on iPhone X. I encountered a bug and a developer replied same-day to let me know they were working on it. The very next day, bug fixed. BOOM This is worth it folks, don’t hesitate on Unread.
  • Great app

    5
    By Seven7
    This is a marvelous RSS app and one of the best out there. It’s well designed, minimalistic and just works. Developer is very responsive to suggestions and that is a major plus. Good work!
  • Awesome support

    5
    By tracode
    I tried many times it seems like feedly logon is broken on 1.8.1 (previously). After emailing their support their reply back was responsive and understand it was a main bug. I did not expect a fast delivery fix to this bug and they just did it on 1.8.2. I'm a user of unread since 2016 and been loving this app due to it is really very stable at 3500 articles a day with no problem. A little about what went wrong after 2014 I had reeder as one of the best rss reader. As time goes by developer of reeder decided to abandon the older version, for reeder 3. I find that reeder was great but the fixes were minimal and crashes occurs too much and it no longer supports iOS 9 at one point. Desperately looking for a good application I went search app stores and look around the web for reviews. This search pays off when I spotted unread good reviews I decided to try it for 1 week but I purchased it on the 2nd day.

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