Inoreader – News App & RSS MODDED 2022


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Used globally by techies, business professionals, digital marketers, research institutions, content publishers, and more – Inoreader is a news app that offers not only a beautiful and light reading experience, but also powerful news aggregation and curation features that let you build a perfectly personalized news feed.

By installing Inoreader you will finally get control over the mind-boggling amount of new content being released into the web every single day.

Here is what you get with our plans:


– Add up to 150 feeds and organize into thematic folders
– Search inside your own subscriptions for FREE
– Use on any device with web and mobile apps
– Day and night reading modes
– Free search and full archive of your subscriptions
– Save articles to third-party tools like Dropbox, Evernote, OneNote, Pocket, etc.
– Share to any social networks or scheduling tool like Buffer and Hootsuite
– Save pages from the web for viewing later

PRO Plan

– Unlimited feeds
– Push notifications
– Clean up your feeds using filters
– Offline mode for folders – Read your content without an internet connection. Inoreader even syncs the images and full content
– Article translations
– Active search – turn any regular search into a smart stream that will notify you for new search results when they come
– Global search – reach outside of your subscriptions and search the entire Inoreader database for articles

WEB Version with PRO Plan

– Eliminate noise with mute and permit filters
– Subscribe to Email Newsletters and Social Media Feeds (Facebook, Twitter, VKontakte, Google +, etc.)
– Automate entire workflows using rules
– Follow web pages without RSS feeds using Web Feeds
– Remove Ads when you upgrade

Price: $9.99/month or $89.99/year. Prices may vary slightly between regions and currencies.

Inoreader Professional is available with an annual subscription. You can subscribe with credit or debit card and PayPal. Your subscription will automatically renew unless cancelled at least 24 hours before the end of the current period.

For any questions, issues and general feedback, you can reach us directly at [email protected]

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40 comentarios en "Inoreader – News App & RSS MODDED 2022"

  1. I wrote previously: The new Text-to-Speech feature is excellent. The realism of the voice is uncanny. Update: The TTS feature stopped working two days ago. No error message on my phone, but on the web a message appeared saying TTS is disabled because I′d overused it and should upgrade to the Enterprise edition. What?! The developer should have indicated this feature is free only with light usage and signaled when you′re near the limit. And why the auto-advance switch if you′re limited?!

  2. I’ve been trying to tightly control how I consume content on the internet and what I’m spending time on and inoreader has been a big help with that. It’s better than any other RSS feed or news aggregator I’ve used. It’s like they’ve thought of everything. Anything I think to do to improve the way I interact with my feeds is something that inoreader, with it’s endless customization, already allows you to do. I haven’t even talked about how good other features are like loading the full content.

  3. This is a great RSS reader, with a lot of features. Some of the more advanced stuff is behind a paywall but the app is perfectly usable as-is. It has a great dark mode (and AMOLED friendly version, too) and is very reliable. Well, except for one thing: On my Samsung phone, I cannot for the life of me get the “mark above as read” feature to work. Long pressing on an article just doesn’t work like it does on other devices. Not sure why that’s as issue only on this device, but it’s frustrating.

  4. Was Ok Once. This was my go-to after google reader died. but now they are capping and charging for everything. After this many years , not cool. As I discovered after going to a new app, the problems I was having with several feeds, including many ebay feeds and some others, only exist in inoreader. i have not had any problems after switching. Nice guys, but this dhould have been fixed years ago and the business model should have been fixed soon after. Sorry guys.

  5. After I downloaded, I started having terrible battery drain issues. I used for maybe a week I gave up and uninstalled… immediately the battery problems stopped. BTW, I have a ~3200 mAh battery… I’m used to going a couple days without charging vs needing to top up every couple hours. The meat of the program was decent, I was able to pick and choose some nice feeds of news. I might revisit as an app on a desktop or tablet but this is unusable for a phone.

  6. SO much better than Feedly. Used Feedly for about a year and it made me fed up enough to switch. This app has EVERYTHING Feedly doesn’t: – Dark mode – Saves your articles offline – Saves where you were scrolled to (Feedly starts you at the top every time you open an article; on Inoreader you can swipe away and swipe back and your place is saved. It doesn’t sound like much but this was the #1 frustration that caused me to change. Overall a much better approach to UX). – SMBC bonus panels 🙂

  7. It’s ok as an RSS reader, but the mobile app does NOT currently allow creating highlights as you read. Adding notes is possible, but the interface for that is horrible (can only see one line of text you’re entering, not even wrapped). I hope this will be improved, but for now the app is not ready for serious reading on the go.

  8. It was s a 5 star app but updates after version 6.0.7 have caused the unread count on the widget not to function properly. In 6.0.7, I can see I have unread articles on the widget, read them, then the widget updates and shows no unread articles, immediately. All versions after, show the unread count, but after reading the articles, the count never refreshes until I hit power button to turn off screen then turn screen back on again. Due to this annoyance, I can only give 3 stars. Pixel 2 running Android Pie, Nov security update.

  9. Great app, one of the best RSS readers out there. Far and away the best manual filtering options for when you have ads or irrelevant content in an otherwise good feed. A little slow in moving some features to mobile, setting filters still requires a browser instead of the app for example.

  10. Hello dice:

    One of the few services I pay for and am happy to support financially. I’m a happy user for about 7 years now. I use the website version a bit more than the mobile version, but both are excellent. I am impressed with the text to speech function which is what prompted this long-overdue review. I hope there is also a way to see reading time for the TTS function too.

  11. Adequate function and reasonable ease of use. Provide the same useless caveats for certain sites (such as the ones for YouTube videos) such as the ones connected to Russian media. Also seems to be be impossible to sign into disqus, unlike Feedly.

  12. Please allow customizing swipe actions for articles and feed lists. Currently the default is swipe right to mark an article read, swipe left to mark a feed as read, which is inconsistent. I just figured out this is why I keep doing the wrong swipe action in this app.

  13. Mitch dice:

    Cumbersome. It won’t load the whole article automatically and it’s necessary to pull down from the screen to load the rest which causes you to sometimes lose your place. There doesn’t seem to be a way around this aside from automatically loading the webpage. Be more like Feedly in this respect please

  14. Paulo Bud dice:

    I love the app, but the subscription is pricey for my needs (offline mode only). I always pay for apps to support the developers, but there is not a tier that sounds fair to me.

  15. TimOlaf dice:

    I’ve used this app a long time, but recently I’ve been getting old CNN articles showing up as new. Like years old, from 2016, 2017, etc. It’s 2022! What’s going on? Getting ready to uninstall and find something else. Anyone else having this issue? (Galaxy Note 8)

  16. ★★★★★ Clean interface, neat layout, various customization, useful tools, various news sources

  17. They didn’t release any new feature for their free users in years. I hope someday they make the TTS feature free.

  18. Julian D dice:

    Used to be great but everything seems to be limited now unless you upgrade. Looking for something with more options.

  19. It has everything I’m looking for in an RSS reader without all the bloat that normally comes with them. I almost gave 4 stars because I think the pro pricing is a bit steep. I don’t need most of the features but I like supporting app development. I can’t necessarily aford the current annual subscription. I’d prefer a small monthly subscription, or some other way to support development.

  20. Lord Ryan dice:

    Most (99%) of the features that used to make this app decent are now behind a paywall. Unistalled.

  21. Lp V13 dice:

    Pls bring back d ability 2 add rss feed subscription directly from URL… just like b4. Tnx

  22. It’s ok.. Beautiful design, intuitive swipe gestures but sometimes doesn’t click on articles and other times it doesn’t show the unread counts even though the app has synced. I would also love a feature for manual syncing instead of automatic sync. So, it’s beautiful but not really reliable. I’m back to Greader, even though it’s been abandoned. Still work fine always.

  23. Great interface, easy to use, updated regularly.

  24. Switched to Inoreader as an alternative to the meanwhile overpriced Feedly. Quite pleased till now.

  25. Rob dice:

    Love the highlighter feature…News fast…great app

  26. T Golux dice:

    This app grabs my favourite news feeds OK but instead of offering me an orderly list of feeds it just presents one big list containing ALL the articles in ALL the feeds. I want to see my favourite newspapers but it’s like someone has cut out every single article and put them in a huge pile. I can get to the feeds list with a few clicks but would much prefer if it were presented immediately as in other apps. The helpdesk responded within a few days but their suggestion did not work.

  27. Update: thanks for making sort by magic and auto dark mode happen 👍🏻 Old review: Okay, the webapp is definitely ahead with more features that are currently missing in the Android app. Acceptable with the current discounted subscription, but they’ll have to keep up with development and aligning the mobile app with the new features (eg. sort by magic, system based dark mode) in order to for me to renew next year.

  28. Ridiculously overpriced recurring subscriptions only, without any possibility to purchase the full functionality once and for all. I replaced this greedy money drain with a functionally superior competitor product that can be bought instead of rented, consequently this milkingware has been uninstalled.

  29. I like this app. Recently have not been able to read whole stories especially CNN. Will pull up or down to read more and have approx. 6 paragraphs then blank screen. Didnt used to be this way. May try to find a different reader without pictures to use instead.

  30. New update is awful. Text is magnified to what feels like 150%, the share menu completely deviates from Android’s dictated standards and promotes apps I don’t have (Facebook, Twitter, OneNote, EverNote, Instapaper, Pocket etc). Hitting the triple dot menu then triggers the standard share menu. Please revert the share menu and give users the ability to set font size. You’ve eroded the main value of this app, consuming and sharing content.

  31. Shortly after I installed this app, my phone started to run hot and the battery started to drain quickly. At first I thought, no way, it couldn’t possibly be this app. But after hours of troubleshooting, I went ahead and deleted this app, and the overheating and battery drain problem went away.

  32. Darren dice:

    I don’t give out five stars very often. This news reader/aggregator is exceptional for the following reasons: 1. tons of sources and categories, well organized. That’s not unique, but 2. A no nonsense inline viewer coupled with 3. Easy to share the article to other apps for read later, bookmarks, etc. (But mostly strip out the ad/paywall) And I strongly recommend “webreader” here to all of you for that

  33. Good to hear that you are working on your Discovery section. Please make it so the user can have access to all feeds, because it’s not necessary that all feeds the user wants would keep coming to their mind, and so the user would know which feeds they want to follow, by looking at all feeds, even if it might be a little overwhelming, but in my opinion, it’d be worth it. Hope you’ll consider this feedback. Love the app.

  34. It’s okay, though I don’t understand the idiotic implementation of deletion of articles after 30days. Why not mark the ones that are unread as stared/read later instead of secretly removing them. It would also be great if inoreader would push notifications for new stories that are published. Not staying silent as if nothing is happening. Also add support for notification badges on Microsoft Launcher.

  35. There are so many good things about this app but it has one killer defect: There is no duplicate article filtering although this works on the website. This evening the article covering the Trump press conference shooting incident was duplicated 4 times from the same publication. Fix this and I’d consider going Pro otherwise it’s not usable. UPDATE: Thanks for your response. Now using the Beta.

  36. Pro version’s offline mode doesn’t work. Support asked me about my issues, confirmed the accuracy of my statement, assured me of a fix, but couldn’t say when the fix will make it into a future version. Understandable but not the right answer, especially after good money being spent on the PRO version. Rating downgraded to 2 stars.

  37. I have used this app for years and have generally been happy with it. Now they have started placing content warnings on certain feeds. I like to get my disinformation from a variety of sources and make up my own mind. I do not need warnings in my feeds. I do not need a nanny. I have switched over to a self hosted aggregator. Now I am back in control of the information I consume.

  38. I’ve used this reader for years, but yesterday’s update (6 Nov 2018) broke the power management on my Samsung tablet, causing the battery to drain in less than 2 hours. I have uninstalled the app, and everything is back to normal. My wife’s phone shared the same experience.

  39. Really good reader. One feature I really like is the full text view, not a lot of readers do this. Can’t really think of anything bad to be honest. Update: devs, please don’t push ads to my notifications, it’s bloody rude and I will be uninstalling if you do it again.

  40. Long-tapping an article is unreliable and sometimes does not trigger. UI is not friendly to left-handed users. Reducing rating to 3 stars since recently “Mark all as read” started working unreliably, leaving some articles unread. Bugs in the app do not get fixed, nothing changed with the latest v7 update.

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