20 RSS Feed Web Apps

I simply use Firefox and Google to keep up to date with my feeds, there are quite a few other methods. But,this is not what this article is about. It is a compilation of 20 RSS web based apps that have something unique, original and helpful. Something to spice up your feeds.

Planetaki

RSS Web AppDescription: Planetak is a place where you can read all the websites you like in a single page. You decide whether your planet is public or private.

Feedables

RSS Web AppDescription: Feedables is your source for up to date content that is categorized and presented specifically for you.

Fastladder

RSS Web AppDescription: Fastladder is a free web-based RSS/Atom feed reader.
It enables you to read latest entries from your favorite blogs or news so efficiently.
Comparing to old reading style, visiting one web site to another, you can get much more information in much shorter time.

Feed2Mobile

RSS Web AppDescription: Chances are, your Blog or website has an RSS feed, but your content is still unadapted for mobile devices.
Feed2Mobile is a free service which offers a bridge between Web-based and Mobile content.

Feed43

RSS Web AppDescription: If your favorite site does not provide news feeds, Feed43 is for you.
This free online service converts any web page to an RSS feed on the fly.

Pingie

RSS Web AppDescription: With Pingie you can convert any RSS feed straight to your mobile via an SMS message.

rssHugger

RSS Web AppDescription: rssHugger is a new website developed to help bloggers promote their blogs, and to help visitors discover new blogs that write about subjects that the readers are interested in.

Feedoor

RSS Web AppDescription: Feedoor is a great place to manage all your RSS feeds in one place. It is very simple to use.

Feedwhip

RSS Web AppDescription: Feedwhip is the easiest way to create RSS feeds and get email updates for your favorite web sites.

Dixero

RSS Web AppDescription: Import your favorite RSS feeds, organize in channels and vocalize with different voices, and download as a podcast on your device. What a great idea!

Feed Rinse

RSS Web AppDescription: Feed Rinse is an easy to use tool that lets you automatically filter out syndicated content that you aren't interested in. It is like a spam filter for your RSS subscriptions.

FeedJournal – The Newspaper You Always Wanted

RSS Web AppDescription: Why spend more time than necessary reading on your computer screen? Print out your favorite content in a time-tested, elegant format. You read 25% faster on paper! FeedJournal is an award-winning solution for converting Internet content to a newspaper. I love this site, you should try it. Think of it as an ad free newspaper.

Feed Compare

RSS Web AppDescription: Compare Your FeedBurner Subscriber Numbers with others sites. Handy tool.

FeedBurner

RSS Web AppDescription: The king of RSS feed apps. Everyone should signup. I do not need to say any more.

Lexy

RSS Web AppDescription: When you subscribe to an audio feed, Lexy diligently checks for updates on the publishers site. Each time a new episode is released, Lexy downloads it (so you don’t have to) and sends you a message – text or email, depending on what your preference is. You then can listen to the newest episodes on the site, or on your mobile!

twitterfeed.com

RSS Web AppDescription: Convert your sites RSS feed into Twitter Tweets, making it easier for subscribers.

Voyage – (Flash) RSS feed reader

RSS Web AppDescription: Voyage RSS feed reader is completely different from any other reader you may have used, it has been designed in flash. And to be honest, you need to see it to believe it. Worth a look.

Feeddit – A better and longer RSS feed for Digg™

RSS Web AppDescription: Feeddit is an improvement to the standard rss feed on Digg.com, it’s longer, faster and more awesome.

RSS 2 PDF

Description: Convert your RSS feeds into PDF format for easier reading.

RSS Micro

RSS Web AppDescription:
An amazing RSS feed search engine (search 4.3 million RSS feeds).

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Paul Andrew is the editor and founder of Speckyboy Design Magazine.

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