If you like to scroll the headlines and latest posts on different websites, an RSS Reader will save you time and make it much easier.
Over the course of the week, we check many websites, whether news, blogs, Torah sites, entertainment, videos and anything else you might check on a day to day basis. Going through all the websites can be time-consuming, especially when you don’t plan on reading every post, and want to quickly scan all the headlines. You need an RSS Reader.
What is an RSS Reader?
Really Simple Syndication websites will pull information from all your favorite sites and put them in one place. No more hours scrolling. This is your 15-minutes-a-day-solution to see all you needs at once.
Our top pick is Feedly.
Feedly is by far the most customizable and user friendly. With Feedly you can add your favorite websites, and view them all together on the Feedly site or app. See an article you like, but don’t have time right now? Add it to “read later.” Want to save it for future reference? You can create a folder where you can save articles.
You can view all the articles in four formats to see just tiles or images and previews.
Feedly offers a free plan to add up to 100 sources, and if you are a big online reader, you can upgrade to a paid plan.
You can also check out Inoreader that always stores every article you get, while some other ones start deleting them after a while. NewsBlur lets you set filters to show just the type of posts you like and includes other features, such as sharing your feed with your friends so they can see what you follow.