Fiery Feeds: RSS Reader

Download Fiery Feeds: RSS Reader for PC

By Lukas Burgstaller

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2016-10-12
  • Current Version: 2.1.4
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 45.73 MB
  • Developer: Lukas Burgstaller
Score: 4
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From 104 Ratings

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Fiery Feeds: RSS Reader for PC Description

Fiery Feeds is a feed reader built for power users. - Smart Views - Fiery Feeds finds the most linked to websites in your articles, to give you the most important news at a glance. The Low and High Frequency folders shows articles from feeds that only post rarely or particularly often. The Must Read folder is a specially highlighted folder, where you can put the most important feeds. The Today folder only shows articles published today The Long and Short Articles folders filter articles by length. - Article View Modes - Fiery Feeds can automatically extract the full article text or display the website instead of the truncated article text. The selected mode is remembered by feed and the full text can even be downloaded for offline viewing. - Sync - Fiery Feeds syncs with Feedly, Feedbin, Feed Wrangler, Fever, NewsBlur, Tiny Tiny RSS, Inoreader, Bazqux, FreshRSS and The Old Reader. Additionally it syncs with the read-it-later services Pinboard, Pocket, Instapaper and Wallabag. - Sharing - Included sharing services are Pinboard, Instapaper, Pocket, Delicious, Evernote, SendToReader, Buffer, OneNote, Copy URL, Messages, Safari Reading List, Copy Image, 1Password, Star Article, Twitter, Facebook. Fiery also supports sharing to other apps and websites using URL schemes that you can create yourself or install from the action directory and customisable email templates. - Feed Managment - You can subscribe to new feeds, unsubscribe, move or rename them. You can add new folders, delete, move or rename them. You can even group your folders. - Safari Extension - You can subscribe to new feeds straight from Safari with the included extension. - Auto Dark Theme - You can select a bright and a dark theme, and Fiery Feeds will automatically switch between them, based on the display brightness. - Folder Groups - You can group multiple folders into folder groups. - Modern App - Fiery Feeds supports everything you'd expect from a modern iOS app: 3D Touch, Peek and Pop previews, Drag and Drop from the article list, Haptic Feedback and Hand Off to other devices. - Today Widget - Fiery Feeds includes a Today Widget that displays the newest articles across all services, including preview images. - Keyboard Shortcuts - Fiery Feeds fully supports external keyboards and keyboard shortcuts. You can navigate the entire app using only the keyboard if you want to. - VoiceOver - Every feature is accessible via VoiceOver. - Customisable - Almost every aspect of Fiery Feeds is customisable. Color Themes, Fonts, Text sizes. If you want a leisurely reading environment, just the headlines, or anything in between, Fiery Feeds has you covered. - Horizontal article swiping - You can swipe to the next or previous article by swiping horizontally, instead of vertically. This avoids having to scroll down the entire (long) article just to get to the next one. - Marking All Read - Fiery Feeds can mark all articles read by the time the article was published. It’s possible to mark all articles as read, or all articles that are older then a day, week or month. Additionally it’s possible to mark all articles above or below a specific article as read by swiping right on an article to show more options. It is also possible to mark articles as read automatically when scrolling by then in the article list. - Fiery Feeds Premium - A subscription to Fiery Feeds Premium is to use feed management, text extraction, custom URL actions and email templates, Smart Views, custom themes and to select an alternative app icon. Fiery Feeds Premium is available for 12 months for $9.99. Fiery Feeds Premium automatically renews, unless cancelled at least 24 hours before the date of renewal. Apple does not currently allow cancellations of the current subscription period. The auto renewal can be turned off in the App Store account settings. Privacy Policy: http://blog.cocoacake.net/privacy-policy Terms of Use: http://blog.cocoacake.net/terms-of-use

Reviews

  • Best RSS reader on the planet

    5
    By scotty321
    Very few apps on the planet are as thoughtfully created and maintained as this one is. This is our #1 favorite app. We spend dozens of hours per week using it, and it is a complete joy to use. The developer is also extremely responsive and is constantly improving this app.
  • Best (until launch of Reeder 4?)

    4
    By stormgen
    Best RSS reader (until launch of Reeder 4?)! Tons of customisation for nerds. One shortfall is incapability of handling articles in Istapaper properly. Error in title, author and date.
  • Awesome - and about to get even better!

    5
    By Ken.E.
    I use, or have used, just about every RSS feed reader out there. I’ll skip all the details and just say that this is the best of the bunch. Not only that, but the developer is amazingly responsive. About the only downside to Fiery is that it needs a “feeder reader” (by which I mean a second Feed Reader such as Feedly, TheOldReader, or Bazqux) to handle some of the heavy upfront functionality when subscribing to a feed. That is about to change in 2.2, when Lukas adds this new functionality to Fiery, making it a totally self-sufficient system. Fiery is a five star app even without that since you can always use one of the free “feeders” for now. I’d add a few more stars to make it eight stars when 2.2 is released! Fiery is a classy product from a classy person. Thanks a million, Lukas!
  • Doesn’t work with Feedbin

    1
    By JBellanca
    App looks nice but doesn’t work with Feedbin at all. Always says Not Authorized. (And yes, to the developers response: I know my password and can log in just fine via a browser and other RSS apps, just not yours.)
  • The best reader out there

    5
    By iGreeley
    I have been looking for a replacement for Mr. Reader for years. I have tried all of the other rss readers and all fell short. Fiery Feeds is the best. It is customizable, looks wonderful, works smoothly, is very quick...the developer is very responsive. If you are looking for an rss reader, give Fiery Feeds a try. There is a 3 day free trial. I used it for 24 hours and quickly took the leap.
  • Premium subscription disappointment

    2
    By Mkhedlund
    Guess I should have paid more attention during my free trial, but the app unfortunately fails to load the full text of most of the feeds I subscribe to. I really prefer the UI to other rss apps, but I paid the $9.99 fee to unlock the full text capabilities. Can’t justify the cost if that feature is not wholly available.
  • Impressive!

    4
    By altern8545
    Great design and layout, probably the most customizable RSS reader in the market. The added premium ability to download full articulate for offline reading is great although I found it to be inconsistent but it could be purely a user error. Subscription is reasonably price and is a good way to support the developer
  • Dethroned Reeder for BEST RSS reader for iOS

    5
    By i<3miabear
    I have been monitoring this app looking for a replacement for the aging Reeder 3 app for some time. For those who don’t know Reeder’s doesn’t care about user input; with fiery feeds, it’s quite the opposite. Lucas is hands-down the most responsive developer I have ever seen. Every single bug report, feature request, things I don’t like about the app have been thoroughly vetted through him and I would say roughly 80% of it has been addressed. The guy response literally within 8 to 12 hours every single time. The bugs I had reported would be fixed for the next version 2.12). This impressed me to the point to Subscribe to the app. I never in 1 million years thought I would be paying $10 a year for an RSS reader, but for an app that’s so important and so integrate into my life it’s worth it for me. At this point one of the only things left is it just sure to switch between RSS mode, Full text extraction load, and browser mode. I sincerely hope that Lucas takes my advice and implement something especially with the new iPhones coming as their screens are bigger it’s hard to scroll up all the way to the top even with readability. If you want the best, this is it. The free version works great and includes every feature I wanted except the full text extraction. Bravo Lucas, bravo *claps slowly*
  • Perfection!

    5
    By velgor
    The best rss app for iOS bar none—I've literally tried them all. Issues are quickly resolved by the developer and new features really round out what is an awesome app. Totally worth a subscription. Just get it. Please give us a Mac version—take my money.
  • Magnificent

    5
    By Nadspapa
    This recent "spit and polish" update is really slick. The app is running faster and smoother than ever, and the additional navigation features allow me to spend less time "using" the app and more time actually reading stories I'm interested in.

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