By Oliver Fürniß
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Mr. Reader is a RSS News Reader for your iPad that synchronizes with your Feedly, BazQux Reader, Feedbin, FeedHQ, Feed Wrangler, Fever, InoReader, Aol Reader, Feedja and SubReader account.
• Multiple accounts with separate settings
• Supports starred and tagged items (*)
• Mark items as read (single, all, older than n-days/weeks, above/below the current position)
• Mark as read while scrolling
• Search and add new feeds (*)
• Folder management (create, rename, delete) (*)
• Feed management (rename, delete, assign to folders) (*)
• Tag management (create, rename, delete, assign tags to feed items) (*)
• Reorder your folders, feeds and tags (*)
• Toggle to show only folders and feeds with unread items
• List items chronological or grouped by feeds
• Search for articles with the option to save searches
• Load more articles on request (*)
• Reading; Switch between RSS, Web, Instapaper Mobilizer, Readability Mobilizer, Pocket Mobilizer
• Customizable articles table: thumbnail size, thumbnails left/right, row height, font size, multiline titles
• Reading; Thumbpad to navigate between articles and to close the article viewer
• Automatic background synchronization (disabled by default)
• Image caching for offline reading (this applies only to the RSS view)
• 4 themes are included; additional themes can be installed from the website
• Web based theme editor, you will see every change immediately in Mr. Reader. Be creative!
• VoiceOver: To make Mr. Reader accessible for blind or nearly blind people. Suggestions are always welcome.
and some more!
(*) depends on the used service
• iOS Share Sheet
• Open with Safari and every browser app that can be opened by a URL scheme.
• Included: Apollo Browser, Atomic Web, Coast by Opera, Dolphin Browser, Google Chrome, Grazing, iCab Mobile, Maven Web Browser+, Mercury, Opera Mini, Sleipnir
• Add to Safari Reading List
• Post to Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, App.net, StockTwits
• Add to Buffer
• Save to Delicious, Diigo, Kippt, Pinboard
• Send to Instapaper, Pocket, Readability
• Send articles to your Kindle by using Tinderizer or SENDtoREADER
• Create note in Evernote, Toodledo, Microsoft OneNote
• Post to Tumblr
• Collect YouTube and Vimeo videos by using ToWatchList
• Open articles in "any" browser by using the SendTab service
• Generic solution to open other apps by using their URL scheme
• Included: Articles, Blogsy, Drafts, HootSuite, OmniFocus, Papers, Poster, Search Google, Search Wikipedia, Terminology, Things
• Browser bookmarklets can be added and used in the web view
• Print article
• Send link by 'Message' (text message)
• Send article by mail
• Send link by mail
• Copy link
• Copy short URL to clipboard
• URL shortener: goo.gl, TinyURL, is.gd, bitly, CloudApp, YOURLS, custom
If you have any features requests, problems or questions, please contact me by mail (firstname.lastname@example.org). I'm unable to respond to feedback posted in the App Store. Thank you!
What's New in Version 3.1.9
• Adjusted for the higher screen size of the iPad Pro
• Article View: Image popup menu was not always shown
• Fixed some crashes
If you like Mr. Reader, please rate it in the App Store every time an update comes out. That helps me a lot, thank you very much!
The one to get
Out of the many rss readers out there, Mr. Reader is the best by a wide margin (and I've tried them all). I use Mr. Reader 2X/day as a front-end for Feedly, and it allows me to efficiently plow through several dozen feeds, saving important bits directly to my Evernote account. Not only does it integrate with other services and products, but it is very flexible. You can configure it to work in your preferred method (easy hand-off to either Safari or Chrome). And, when you run into a snag (i.e. iPad Pro support), the developer is very responsive - he had an update for us in less than a week. Mr. Reader prominently sits on the bottom bar of my iPad Air 2 and is one of my go-to apps. It will be in the same spot on my new iPad Pro.
I run a curated Twitter feed on e-books e-libraries and e-publishing, so a good reader is vital for me. Mr. Reader has so many features that it is impossible to list them. You can customize it to your heart's content. It gives you complete control over the content of your posts and doesn't add unnecessary content, like some readers do. I follow over 350 feeds for my daily Twitter feed and Mr Reader makes this a breeze. Especially recommended is the subscription tracker which lets me delete feeds that are no longer live.
Oh wow wow wow
What a difference. Here I am now feeling punished for using Reeder as there were no better alternatives! Mr. Reader far surpassed my expectations. This app is feature packed, you can manage your subscriptions directly which was a huge pain point for me in Reeder. Even has the ability to change the font size in this app feels amazing. Comes to show how much I have been forced in the dark until I bought this app. If you have doubts between Mr. Reader vs Reeder, forget it, just buy this one and save yourself the trouble.
- Category: News
- Updated: Nov 16, 2015
- Version: 3.1.9
- Size: 9.2 MB
- Languages: English, German
- Seller: Oliver Fuerniss
- © 2011-2015 Oliver Fürniß
Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPad.