Inoreader How-to: Share your personal feeds and HTML clips

You probably spend some time to carefully group subscriptions in folders, star and save interesting articles, tag pieces of interest. If you take pride in your content curation work in Inoreader, you’d probably like to share the results with others – and this is really easy in Inoreader, thanks to custom RSS feeds and HTML […]

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Inoreader How-to: Save time with keyboard shortcuts

When you browse the web, you primarily use your mouse – to click on links, scroll down articles and navigate to different sites. But (as any gamer or computer user of the early 2000s would tell you) using your keyboard saves lots of time over the long run. This is why we’ve worked on a […]

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Now you can save pages to Inoreader on the go!

Ever since we launched the Saved web pages feature in February, a lot of users have started using it frequently to keep all pieces of interesting content in one place – straight in Inoreader. Now we’re expanding the functionality and bringing it to mobile. Saved web pages on the go First thing’s first – you […]

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Inoreader How-to: Keep up with your favorite podcasts in Audio Player

As we live in a multimedia age, when we set out to make Inoreader a full-power content manager, we had to broaden the scope beyond traditional text content. Many users consume content in audio form and podcasts are truly a great way to learn new things, follow cool discussions or get the latest news. You […]

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Inoreader How-to: keep tabs on your reading patterns with Statistics

If you have lots of information in your Inoreader, there surely is a way to optimize your subscriptions and your reading pattern – and here you can get help from your Inoreader Statistics. They are a powerful way to get an idea about the state of your feeds and to better understand your reading patterns. […]

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Introducing the Next bookmarklet… and more!

A lot of Google Reader aficionados fondly remember the Next button. This amazing bookmarklet allows you to go directly, quick and easy, through your subscriptions, when you want to consume content in its original context. Now you can revive your favorite way of interacting with feeds in Inoreader. What is the Next bookmarklet This bookmarklet […]

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Bundles are now easier to manage

Bundles have long been a way to collect, share and discover the best sources for your interest topics in Inoreader. Now bundles are becoming even more useful – they will not be a fixed set of subscriptions, but a dynamic medium that is updated in your account whenever the creator of the bundle adds something […]

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