Best Feed Readers For Mac

Feed reading became a daily activity for feed lovers. For Mac, we have a number of Feed Readers available in Mac App Store. Here is a list of some the of the best feed readers for Mac.

Best Feed Readers For Mac

Monotony

#1. Monotony

Monotony works with your Mac notification center. Whenever a new update is available from your subscribed feed it automatically notifies in Notification center. It checks your feeds list every minute. Whenever a new update of feed available

It pop-up with the tittle and description of new post. To read a complete post in your web browser, just click on the notification. It can work with Growl. It is not a complete replacement of your Reader but it is a good app to intimate your new feeds list.

Price: Free

Favoriteer

#2. Favoriteer

Favoriteer is a basic RSS app that works only for subscribing feeds individually. It is a free app available in Mac App store. It runs in the Mac Menu Bar as floating windows and fades out when it isn’t in focus.

The latest items appear with ads, you can change the language by going to the General tab in Preferences. It is a good option for basic feed readers.

The app was not found in the store. 🙁 #wpappbox

Links: → Visit Store → Search Google

RSS Master

#3. RSS Master

RSS Master sports a simple and intuitive user interface with a customizable toolbar. It comes with a few feeds built in, but you can remove them if you like. It has built-in tabbed browser and sync with Google Reader. You can easily share articles on Twitter, Buffer, Evernote, Instapaper, Facebook, Pocket and Delicious.

To share on social networking sites you will have to sign in to that network in the app’s own browser. Importing is very easy just import feeds from an XML file, Go to the app File menu and select ‘Import Subscriptions’. Select the XML file and RSS Master will add all your subscriptions. The settings panel have options like time interval to check new feeds, default RSS Reader and start up options.

Price: $9.99
Rahul is the Editor-in-Chief at Thetechhacker, PhoneSetter and TheWearableNews. After realizing an obsession with technology, he left his job career to write about technology.
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