InoReader – RSS/Atom Reader

InoReader is a light and fast RSS/Atom Reader inspired by the now defunct Google Reader.

If you need to keep track of your favorite sites, or if you liked Google Reader, InoReader should be right up your street. The aim of InoReader is to keep what Google Reader did well, and add new features such as Desktop notifications.

InoReader is built with simplicity and speed in mind. It is inspired by Google Reader, and targeted at Google Reader fans.

Features include:

  • Subscribe to unlimited number of feeds.
  • Use on any device (mobile and desktop).
  • Login directly with your Facebook or Google Account and import your Google Reader subscriptions, starred and shared items.
  • Import your subscriptions from other RSS readers (in OPML or Google Takeout format).
  • Feed discover.
  • Connect with your friends and exchange articles in your channels.
  • Option to disable social features if you like to just use the App as a simple reader.
  • If you don’t like social network logins, there is an internal login system also.
  • Pocket and Instapaper integration to read your articles later on any device.
  • Automatic push of new articles to Email, Pocket and Instapaper.
  • Read securely via HTTPS.
  • Get instant notifications on your desktop for arriving articles.
  • Navigate through articles with hot-keys.
  • Browse articles in list or expanded view.
  • Search your feeds and articles.
  • Eliminate redundant posts.
  • Share articles via social networks or directly by Email.
  • Easily organize your subscriptions in folders.
  • See statistics for feeds (number of subscribers, articles per week, etc).
  • See personal statistics about your reading manners (new vs. read articles, etc).
  • Multilanguage support.

Developer: Innologica Ltd


InoReader is written in PHP. Learn PHP with our recommended free books and free tutorials.

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