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NetNewsWire: RSS Reader

A Classic Mac App Reimagined for iOS

The app has pretty much every feature you’ll need in a great RSS app

NetNewsWire: RSS Reader

by Brent Simmons
NetNewsWire: RSS Reader
NetNewsWire: RSS Reader
NetNewsWire: RSS Reader
FREE in the App Store

The app has pretty much every feature you’ll need in a great RSS app. You can sync feeds through Feedbin or Feedly if you're already an RSS pro. If not, you can get started with directly downloading feeds from sites.

What is it about?

NetNewsWire might be a familiar name as it was a popular RSS reader for Mac more than a decade ago.

NetNewsWire: RSS Reader

App Details

Last updated
October 16, 2021
Release date
March 8, 2020
More info
NetNewsWire siri commands

NetNewsWire supports Siri commands

Add Web Feed
Add Web Feed

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App Store Description

It’s like podcasts, but for reading.

NetNewsWire is a free and open source RSS reader. It’s fast, stable, and accessible.

NetNewsWire shows you articles from your favorite blogs and news sites — and keeps track of what you’ve read.

If you’ve been going from page to page in your browser looking for new articles to read, let NetNewsWire bring them to you instead.

Take back control of your news. And have fun doing it!


* Direct feed-downloading
* Syncing via iCloud, Feedbin, Feedly, BazQux, Inoreader, NewsBlur, The Old Reader, and FreshRSS
* Multiple accounts
* Dark Mode
* Reader view
* Share sheet
* Starred articles
* All Unread and Today smart feeds
* Folders
* Importing and exporting OPML feed lists
* Background refreshing
* Searching
* Hiding read articles
* Timeline customization
* Keyboard shortcuts
* Context menus
* Support for multiple windows
* Special support for Reddit and Twitter feeds
* Home screen widgets for today, unread, and starred articles
* Share extension

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