Feeder is Web app reported to be the best for viewing your RSS feeds on any device. Like all traditional RSS reader apps, it lets you subscribe to sites and view their posts in reverse chronological order. What makes Feeder stand out, though, is its browser and mobile apps that let you access the content in your feed however you want, wherever you are.
Using Feeder’s browser extensions for Chrome, Firefox, Safari, or Yandex is perhaps the simplest way to read RSS feeds—one that’s especially popular with those who want to quickly read the headlines and get on with their day. Just click your RSS icon to see recently published headlines from any page of your browser. Tap an article to read it, or just quickly skim through the latest updates without reading everything.
You can also take your RSS feeds on the go with its mobile apps for iOS and Android, where you’ll get both the headlines and a simplified view of the full articles. It’s a great way to stay informed of what’s going on wherever you happen to be when you’re looking to catch up on the news you care about.
Free Basic version has ads and includes access to all of Feeder's apps; The ad-free version is priced from $59.88/year (billed monthly) Feeder Pro plan.