Since its launch in October 2013, Fiery Feeds has been offering a feature-rich alternative feed reader app to the more popular Reeder or Newsify. And now, it has once again undergone a feature set expansion that makes it an even more appealing app not only for users who want to stay on top of their feed subscriptions, but also for people who want to get through their read-later queues.
Read your saved articles right within Fiery Feeds
Fiery Feeds has long been integrated with a number of feed aggregation services, including Feedly, Feedbin, Minimal Reader, Feed Wrangler, Fever, Feedja, NewsBlur, AOL Reader, Inoreader, and The Old Reader.
Now, you can add to that list the self-hosted service Tiny Tiny RSS.
Not only that: You can now also add not one, not two, but three read-later services.
That’s right. Fiery Feeds now syncs with read-later services as well as feed aggregators. And as you may have already guessed, the three read-later services that are now integrated with the app are Instapaper, Readability, and Pocket.
It’s worth noting that while Fiery Feeds now supports all of the three most popular read-later services, its chief competitor, Reeder, supports Instapaper and Readability only, and not Pocket (at least not yet).
Enjoy Fiery Feeds with more improvements
The latest update to Fiery Feeds also includes a revamped Today widget and performance improvements for scrolling in the article list with preview images on, swiping left or right in the article list, and swiping back from the Safari view.
Moreover, it delivers fixes for the following issues:
Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 8.0 or later, Fiery Feeds is available on the App Store for $3.99.
Other key features of the app include: integrated sharing via a number of apps and services, support for custom URL actions for sending articles to other apps, a high-contrast theme and a dark theme in addition to its default theme, options for customizing the font and colors, image previews, keyboard shortcuts, gesture-based quick actions, and full-screen reading.
Fiery Feeds received its previous major update early last month. That update brought support for 3D Touch, improved interaction with Safari View Controller, and other improvements.