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I’ve switched to Newsify to while Feedly is updated, only thing I don’t like about it is there doesn’t seem to be a way to automatically moving to the next folder of feeds after marking it as read.
 

rodalpho

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Reeder is updated, and is widely considered the premiere RSS reader on iOS. It has a true black dark mode too, which saves a ton of battery on OLED.

Unread is updated also, it's generally thought to be the main contender (and some people prefer it).
 

Ludatyk

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Reeder is updated, and is widely considered the premiere RSS reader on iOS. It has a true black dark mode too, which saves a ton of battery on OLED.

Unread is updated also, it's generally thought to be the main contender (and some people prefer it).

I prefer Newsify, more view options.

And it has a lot of settings as well.. too many, to be honest. I’m on the Test Flight Program with the App.. and it’s steadily improving.
 
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bilibug

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I'm pretty upset with Newsify, which I have been using for a couple of years. The ads in the unpaid version are getting more and more intrusive. However, now some ads have sound which can not be turned off, as well as automatic popups, some of which are porn. I understand ad supported software, but the sound and porn just completely turned me off to this app.
 

Ludatyk

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I'm pretty upset with Newsify, which I have been using for a couple of years. The ads in the unpaid version are getting more and more intrusive. However, now some ads have sound which can not be turned off, as well as automatic popups, some of which are porn. I understand ad supported software, but the sound and porn just completely turned me off to this app.

Why not just pay for ad-free version? You’ll be supporting the dev. I had paid for it way before the dev started doing the subscription model.

It’s an awesome app, but I’m definitely not interested in the subscription model. All I care about is the removal of ads.
 
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pacorob

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Why not just pay for ad-free version? You’ll be supporting the dev. I had paid for it way before the dev started doing the subscription model.

It’s an awesome app, but I’m definitely not interested in the subscription model. All I care about is the removal of ads.

I have that as well. When I can I will buy away the ads for a few euros and so I did with Newsify and never regretted it. I also don't like the monthly subscription model as well. Although for one weather app I'm paying like 2 euros a year to see no ads.
 

bilibug

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Why not just pay for ad-free version? You’ll be supporting the dev. I had paid for it way before the dev started doing the subscription model.

It’s an awesome app, but I’m definitely not interested in the subscription model. All I care about is the removal of ads.

Sadly, full text and other features are only available in the subscription model.
 

Abbas

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Is there an app that lets you increase text size or use dynamic text when showing a list of all your feed items? I tried reeder but the font size is small on lists.
 

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Is there an app that lets you increase text size or use dynamic text when showing a list of all your feed items? I tried reeder but the font size is small on lists.
I use Newsify and it has a setting to control the article list font size.
 

Abbas

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I use Newsify and it has a setting to control the article list font size.

I've downloaded that but I don't see an option to change the article list font. I see an option to change article font but not the list font- would be great if you could help me find it.
 

Weaselboy

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I've downloaded that but I don't see an option to change the article list font. I see an option to change article font but not the list font- would be great if you could help me find it.
In settings scroll to the very bottom and under More Settings is Article/Subscription List. In there you can change the font.
 
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simmepi

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Is there an app that lets you increase text size or use dynamic text when showing a list of all your feed items? I tried reeder but the font size is small on lists.
Heartfeed app developer here so the following is a bit of a commercial ;) : You can control a lot of the text sizes in Heartfeed, both in the presentation and when reading the news items. The app is a bit different in overall look but you can always try it and see if you like it; it's free to download and for using up to 3 feeds so as not having to pay before you know if the app is right for you, and if you like it you can then pay a onetime fee for unlimited number of feeds. iTunes link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/heartfeed-rss-reader/id1078754321
 

big samm

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I also waiting on Feedly to be updated it’s almost been a month and nothing yet while other rss reader I’ve been updated... i always wonder why, why does it take so long for devs to update their apps? They knew that the iphome x was coming and got more than enough time to get the app updated...

Update:They are working on it
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