5 Best RSS Feed Reader Apps for iPhone

RSS feeds are best way to keep track of things and updates about your favorite blog and topics. You can easily select which feeds you want to subscribe for and this way you will only get the updates about the topics which interest you. And if you have iPhone then you can easily check these RSS feeds from anywhere easily.


Here are 5 Best RSS feed readers for iPhone:

RSS Reader

This is a simple RSS reader which helps you to add feeds and manage them so that you can read them easily. You also cache the feeds to read RSS offline also. It supports multi-language like Danish, Deutsh, Dutch, French, Italian, Korean, Polish, Russian etc. It is free of cost.

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NetNewsWire is a free app for iPhone to read RSS feeds. You can sync it with Google Reader, easy to switch from one feed to another just by tap and you can also read RSS offline. The only thing you might not like is Ads if you don’t like Ads then you can switch to premium version of App which costs $4.99.


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To use this RSS feed app you need to pay $2.99. The features includes easy syncing with Google Reader, you can browse and manage feeds and folders, facility to read RSS offline. The app is having good interface to make reading easy.


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Feeds allows you to sync in two ways with Google Reader. You can mark start to feeds and share the feed with your friends. It is very easy to manage, categorize and tag the feeds and save them for offline read. You can grab this app in $3.99.


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The way you use Doppler for Mac you can use it for iPhone also. It is easy to sync with Google Reader and have good layout and navigation to read the feeds easily. You can download the application in $0.99.


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This are few of the best RSS feed apps for iPhone and also compatible with iPad.

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If you are aware of more iPhone app useful for RSS feed do share with us. Meanwhile don’t forget to subscribe to CallingAllGeeks RSS feed to get updates about more useful iPhone apps.

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  • Nasif August 11, 2010, 2:13 am

    Which feed reader has comment posting options ? I have checked many feed reader but none of it have this option 🙁

  • maylingkuo August 13, 2010, 2:14 am

    Better than a feed reader is, which generates RSS feeds for sites that don’t have them. I follow all kinds of things – local news, etsy postings, events pages.

  • Andrew Acosta-Lazar August 13, 2010, 4:50 am

    I regularly use Guzzle ( which is not technically a RSS reader but is really nice because you just have to type in the subjects that you care about and it scans the feeds for you, to get you relevant results.

  • WhizTechy August 15, 2010, 11:11 pm

    Yeah Nasif, they don’t allow that..will search and surely let you know 🙂

  • WhizTechy August 15, 2010, 11:12 pm

    Thanks Maylingkuo for sharing about I will surely give it a try.

  • WhizTechy August 15, 2010, 11:13 pm

    I have read about Guzzle but never used it. Thanks for your feedback Andrew.

  • Sameer August 17, 2010, 5:48 pm

    Try Byline as well. Google reader front end for the most part but been v reliable

  • WhizTechy August 19, 2010, 1:05 am

    Thanx Sameer for sharing about Byline. Will surely give it a try.

  • ste November 22, 2010, 7:05 pm

    i suggest . It’s a very useful rss reader that you can personalize and use without installation on your mobile device.
    Really cool!

  • Soul November 24, 2010, 3:10 am

    You should take a look at GoReader.
    It feels so comfortable for reading news on-the-go.

  • WhizTechy November 24, 2010, 8:08 am

    Thx Soul…will surely check it out.

  • Ak November 24, 2010, 7:19 pm

    Rainbow RSS is not bad at all either. Very easy to use and absolutely free!

  • Kyle Webs December 29, 2010, 12:14 am

    I haven’t been using Feeds very long, but the problem I’ve found is that it doesn’t show just Unread items. You have to view the list of all items, with the unread items included, which I’ve found to be annoying. I like to skip some articles and then come back to them later, so it’s not well organized when you come back to read older ones. I hope that makes sense – haha.

  • Quertime February 24, 2011, 1:23 am

    Nice post. Thanks for sharing.
    You may check out the article below on the Best Free Call Apps for iPhone and iPod Touch. Cheers.

  • Ann September 19, 2011, 7:19 pm

    My favorite RSS reader is RSS Voice Reader”. It allows me to listen articles without reading! It’s easy to work with and has a simple and attractive interface.