RSS app NetNewsWire now available on iPhone and iPad
What you need to know
- Popular RSS app NetNewsWire is now available on iPhone and iPad.
- It features direct-feed downloading, support for multiple accounts and background refreshing.
- There are also keyboard shortcuts, a three-pane view on the iPad and of course, dark mode.
Popular RSS app NetNewsWire is now available on iPhone and iPad.
As reported by 9to5Mac:
The new app is built on the same principles as its Mac counterpart, allowing you to keep track of articles from all of your favorite blogs and websites, bringing the news to you. It also cuts out the middleman of Facebook and Twitter algorithms that skew the content you see on a daily basis.
The full list of iOS features includes:
- Direct feed-downloading
- Syncing via Feedbin and Feedly
- Multiple accounts
- Dark Mode
- Reader view
- Share sheet
- Starred articles
- All Unread and Today smart feeds
- Importing and exporting OPML feed lists
- Background refreshing
- Hiding read articles
- Timeline customization
- Keyboard shortcuts
- Context menus
- Support for multiple windows
- Three-pane view on iPad
The app's description further states:
NetNewsWire is now available free on the App store for iPhone and iPad!
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