3 RSS Applications You Should Try

If you follow a lot of websites and are on the go a lot, you may want to consider looking into an RSS application that will allow you to keep all of the websites you follow in one place. I personally stick with Google Reader on my phone due to how laid back and easy to navigate it is. There are other RSS applications out there though, and some of them are worth taking a look at it you want to ditch Google Reader. I’ve listed out three RSS apps that I personally think are worth giving a try (including Google Reader):

Google ReaderGoogle Reader is one of my favorites mainly because of how clean it is and the fact that I know Google is able to make and maintain a reliable product fairly easy. I haven’t been disappointed with it yet and it seems to work really well when you have 20+ subscriptions. If you’ve ever used Dolphin Reader, you will most likely know what I’m talking about here. In short, I love using Google Reader because its reliable, can handle multiple subscriptions easily and it formats text a whole lot better than most readers do.

RSSDemon: This might be a huge turn-off for you due to the app being priced at $4.99 for the full version. If you’re wanting to shell out some money though, RSSDemon is something that you are going to want to take a look at. The app is very reliable and has some awesome features that might help you out when trying to sort your applications. Sorting in general is something that a lot of RSS readers just don’t do, so it is a welcome feature in RSSDemon, especially when they are asking for $4.99 for the app.

RSSDemon has a lot of features, which you can view over on the Play Store. Some of the more notable ones is the ability to sort your subscriptions, enable offline reading and automatically download new articles. It’s an overall easy to use, functional and reliable app. If you don’t mind throwing down $4.99 for a RSS app, this might be something you would want to look into.

Reader HD: This RSS app is basically another rendition of Google Reader, but has a few extra features like different themes to choose from. These different themes make it easier to reader your articles at night when the lights are off. Reader HD has a lot of features, some which are similar to RSSDemon while others aren’t. You have the ability to download articles for offline reading, subscribe to podcasts and even read in different layouts (magazine or classic). Reader HD is still going to cost you some money though. If you choose to get it it will set you back by a mere $1.99. You might find that to be a bit more reasonable than RSSDemon’s $4.99.

Those are the three RSS readers that I am highly impressed with. If you have a lot of websites that you try to keep up with, you should definitely check one of these out.

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