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No ads for the first 5 days. The most interesting features: - List view & Magazine view. - Always updated feeds. - Works smoothly when offline. - Preloads images smartly. - Search in starred articles. - Themes: Day, Sunset, Night. - Auto readability view for partial feeds. - Add/Delete/Rename feed. (Setting -> Feedly Manager) - No prompt for rating. - Fast support within 12 hours. 3rd-party services: - Send articles/images via AirDrop. - Open articles in Safari, Chrome. - Share to lots of 3rd-party services. (Constantly adding new services) Important things to know: - App Badge can be turned off: Setting -> Show/Hide UIs - Feedly account is required to use Ziner. - Article tagging is not supported yet. - You can turn ON/OFF Readability for entire feed by long press on Readability button. - When in magazine mode, you can exit article by double tapping on an article. Support: We can not respond to App Store reviews, if you need to report any bugs/feature requests, please use Setting -> Contact Support. You will receive a reply within 12 hours. Follow Ziner on Twitter: @ZinerRSS
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This is a nice clean way to read my feedly feeds. No progress bar so it can make you think it's hung up syncing on slow connections. I wish it let you choose a folder to start in or start in last folder rather than all items. Also I miss the tap along the side interface of nextgen reader on windows phone. Less work on the finger joints than swiping each entry to mark as read.
I have tried many RSS apps and this one is my favorite. I love the gesture based navigation and the minimalistic design. It does almost everything you need. The only thing I miss is the ability to use tags in Feedly (but I use this so rarely that it's not worth having a different app that does). It even shows mouse over text from popular sites like xkcd. It's well worth paying for the pro version, especially now that it supports iOS 8 and the iPhone 6's.
Display is now iPhone 6+ optimized. Graphics are stunning, with automatic display options. The developer is actively working on enhancements and responsive via Twitter. I discovered that a double-tap on an article headline will return me to the article list Would be helpful to include this in the directions that appear on the interface when installed.
I’ve tried many readers and this is my favorite for simplicity. One complaint I have is the lack of the ability to choose our own sync interval. Instead the app syncs on its own which is terribly annoying when your in the middle of scrolling through your feeds or reading a story
The best compliment is to see your idea is being copied. Did you check Feedly lately? It took a lot of ideas from this app but it is still not as good. I hope the developer has not quite on this project and is working to iron out the small hickups. The only app I open deaily.
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Ziner - RSS Reader that believes in simplicity is ranking in News & Utilities
Last update was at Noneand the current version is 2.9.
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Ziner - RSS Reader that believes in simplicity have a 39a user reviews.
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