Before anything else, though, know that Fiery works only with a paid Feedbin account or with an installation for the paid Web app Fever. If you have either or both, you can use Fiery as your RSS client for iOS. Specifically, for iOS 7.
Indeed, Fiery is compatible only with iOS 7. More notably, it’s designed with the visual style of the latest iteration of Apple’s mobile operating system in mind. From its flat navigation to its simple icons, Fiery looks and feels right at home on iOS 7.
In addition, Fiery also supports Background App Refresh, which is a feature exclusive to iOS 7. With this feature, you can make sure that your feeds are up to date every time you open the app.
Released a week ago, Fiery has just been updated with bug fixes and the following improvements:
- Mobilizer in web view (Instapaper, Readability, Google)
- Article color themes (Dark, Grey, White)
- Left/right margin option in article view
- Article order (newest first/oldest first)
- Share to Felix (App)
- Share to Velocity (App)
- Double tap in groups view to hide recently read items (in unread mode)
Fiery RSS is available now in the App Store for $3.99. The app is currently designed for iPhone and iPod touch only. But according to developer Lukas Burgstaller, the app’s iPad edition is already in the works.