Instapaper used to be my favorite iPhone app. It allows you to save webpages for reading later offline. It optimized text for the iPhone, and included tilt scrolling and page flipping. The very best feature was the ability to set up RSS feeds from my favorite news sites. I could just tap the update button and load dozen of articles from The Daliy Beast, Slate, The Economist, Wired, CNET, etc. all nicely organized in individual folders. Unfortunately, Marco Arment the creator of Instapaper removed RSS feeds. He wrote in his blog: I’ve decided to phase out the rarely-used RSS-folder feature. In 3.0, it’s no longer possible to create new RSS folders, and existing RSS folders will stop being updated soon. This results in much faster updates and downloads, far less space usage on your iPhone and iPad, and much less bandwidth usage over your 3G connections. I previously had a handful of RSS folders on my account, but I never used them — and my updates absolutely fly without them now. I used this feature all the time and judging by the comments in the app store so did a lot of others. Updates took a while but not nearly as long as saving each article manually. Additionally all of my articles are dumped into one folder called Read Later. I'm looking for an alternative to Instapaper. Are there any apps out there that do what Instapaper used to do with the RSS feeds and reading offline?