Inoreader How-to: Change the look of your Inoreader with themes

Any product that people use on a daily basis has 2 main components: form and function. Here at Inoreader we’re focused on providing great function, but we also want to have it dressed in a slick and appealing form. And since we want our users to have the maximum amount of freedom, we’re giving you […]

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Inoreader How-to: Do more with browser extensions

When you’re casually browsing the internet, there is nothing better than stumbling across a new source of excellent content – but nowadays you’re rushing so much that you might not put in the extra effort and fire up your Inoreader to add a feed to your subscriptions. Inoreader Companion, our dedicated browser extension, will save […]

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SubToMe – The Universal Follow Button

This is a guest post by Julien Genestoux from Superfeedr. RSS is the only ubiquitous data schema across the web. It is used by every type of service out there: from the news sites (obviously!) to the e-commerce sites, thru the social web or classified sites. It’s everywhere. There are many reasons for it, ranging from […]

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Introducing push notifications: get the most important news on the go

  You’re probably used to receive push notification for many of your mobile apps – no matter if they have to do with friends on Facebook, business connections on LinkedIn or even those pesky game notifications. And since we believe your content can be just as (or sometimes more) important, we wanted to give you […]

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YouTube API v3 is live – don’t worry, your feeds are automatically migrated!

With the development of API v3 YouTube created plans to retire API v2 a considerable time ago. In March the team announced that the proverbial switch will be pulled on April 20 – and with this announcement they officially kept their promise. If you’re subscribed to YouTube feeds, you might have seen this in your […]

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Inoreader How-to: Be in the know while on the go with mobile apps

Today, we live in a multi-device world. You read news on your tablet, go through Twitter on your phone while watching the late-night news and sync your desktop browser with your mobile devices. You are always on, even on the go – and now it’s much more important to be able to satisfy your content […]

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Presenting Magazine view: clear all distractions for focused reading

By now you’ve probably experimented with the 4 different views Inoreader lets you choose for displaying content – maybe you’ve found that List view is especially useful for feeds that are updated frequently, or that Card view is the best thing for photography blogs. But we recognized there is a missing link between views created […]

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Inoreader How-to: Be more productive with tags and stars

Once you solve the problem of discovering and adding content, you reach a new one – the problem of organizing your content better and making your day more productive. In Inoreader, you have two helpers – tags and stars – and combined with rules, they will help you save time while reading and when needing […]

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Polling for Professional accounts: stay ahead of the news flow

There are more than 6 million feeds in Inoreader and ensuring that they are fetched frequently enough is something we care much about. There is a fine line between getting new articles as fast as possible to our readers and swarming publishers with unnecessary polling requests or endangering the speed and stability of our platform. […]

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Inoreader How-to: Share with friends

Reading is fun, but it can be even more rewarding with friends. We have built Inoreader with productivity in mind, but we never wanted to leave out the social element – so there are plenty of ways to share that interesting piece of content you just read with friends on social media or in Inoreader […]

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