New feature: Spot the most important terms with highlighters

If you have the habit of skimming a large amount of news, you definitely know the feeling: you go through a long list of titles and at one point your brain stops registering what your eyes are seeing. If only there was a way to focus only on the important keywords… Well, now there is […]

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Inoreader How-to: Boosting feeds

Sometimes reading is just a leisure activity, but when it comes to news that are important to you, speed matters. There is nothing more frustrating than to get the news too late – especially if your latest project depends on it. This is why we’re carefully evaluating the interval at which we’re fetching different feeds, […]

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Inoreader How-to: Save time with Rules

Our new how-to post will bring all the power of rules – an automatic way to organize and manage articles in your Inoreader. Read on to see more about rules and how to use them, and don’t forget to check all our other how-tos. What are rules? Rules are a handy way to automate your […]

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The new Inoreader mobile web version – full functionality on the go

Up to now the mobile web version of Inoreader gave you the crucial functionality you might need on the go. Today we’re launching the new Inoreader web version for mobile phones – a much richer and better looking successor of our old mobile web version. Now you have the full Inoreader platform with all the […]

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Google Chrome and using the B shortcut

During the past couple of days there has been some user feedback about the change Chrome users are seeing to one of the most often used shortcuts in Inoreader – open current article in background tab. If you are using Chrome 41 or newer, you will now see this popup message when using the “b” […]

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Inoreader How-to: Subscribe to social networks feeds

A content reader should go beyond your regular website RSS feeds – this is why we’ve focused our attention on equipping Inoreader with social powers, as well. You can follow updates from Twitter, Google+ or VK straight from your reader. What to follow? Depending on the network you’re interested in, you have different options:   […]

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Inoreader How-to: Stay in the know with Search

  A content reader can be really useful when you want your favorite content to come straight to you, but there might be a lot of interesting information you don’t even know exists. This is why we have invested a lot of time developing Inoreader’s search capabilities, keeping in mind the reasons our readers might […]

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