Build your own newsfeed
With Inoreader, information comes straight to you the minute it's available. Follow your favorite websites and creators, collect articles, and discover inspiring content from across the web. Filter out the noise and make the most of your time online.
Follow your favorite websites and creators
Save time with powerful automations
Outsmart algorithms and recommendation engines
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Websites & RSS
Follow media outlets, blogs, corporate websites, and newsletters. Search for articles and stay ahead with RSS and Web feeds.
Monitor Facebook pages, Telegram channels, Mastodon and Reddit feeds. Sync your YouTube subscriptions and listen to podcasts.
Get updates on emerging trends and be the first to learn about the latest events with active searches in more than 30 languages.
Enjoy the best experience with customized feeds. Use filters and rules, assign tags and notes, and collect what's important in folders.
Bring your team on board and stay ahead of your competitors. Monitor brands, patents, or regulation changes and share insights.
The best sources, curated by our team. Find the latest local and global news, trending articles, and industry insights.Browse all collections
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"Inoreader offers a well-designed readable interface, good search and discovery options and a nice set of features that are both beginner-friendly and offer plenty of options for advanced users."
"If you're feeling media burnout from overfed social feeds, Inoreader is a news tool that still sparks joy. It's a research tool, intelligence briefing portal and social media filtration system."
"Inoreader is one of the most feature-packed free RSS readers. A great tool for power users, but it's very accessible for beginners as well."
Tiffani Ashley Bell @tiffani
Signed up for @Inoreader. I can’t do this algorithmic timeline garbage anymore. Give me information goddammit https://t.co/WEwKkbwHva
I don’t know how I managed to live without an RSS Reader until this week. Inoreader helped me stay up to date with all the news and articles I needed without having to open the browser and dealing with the design choices of every website that I visit.
Laura Gibbs @OnlineCrsLady
single most important tool in my toolbox is @Inoreader ... best premium feature for me is rules that automatically apply tags to incoming blog posts from students; it helps me display different streams of student work, as here in Canvas: https://t.co/tcvVjFPQgS YAY INOREADER! :-) https://t.co/U6mwYOUXCR
Matt Cholick @cholick
Just recently discovered my RSS reader (Inoreader) can receive email newsletters and mix them in with the rest of my feeds. So useful. It's time to go on an unsubscribe spree; the inbox was never where I wanted these things.
Mark Vanderbeeken @vanderbeeken
If you don’t want to rely on algorithm defined news timelines, consider good old-fashioned rss feeds. @inoreader is definitely the best reader out there at the moment. I definitely recommend this freemium product from Innologica, a small innovative company in Bulgaria.
Michael Young @myoung
@kimjimenez @digg I switched to Inoreader after we shut digg reader (sorry!).
Colin Madland 🇺🇦🇮🇷 @colinmadland
@amichetti @jbj I didn’t use google reader, but quite enjoy @Inoreader and pay for the upgrade. I’m happy to pay a few bucks for tools that don’t suck.
If you are an RSS feed power user @Inoreader’s web feeds feature is invaluable for those sites that don’t have an RSS feed.
Jeff Strommen 💪🏼 Think Wellness @JStrommen
@warwickabrown @Inoreader Inoreader is THE best reader. You’re in control of the content. Can’t say enough about how @inoreader keeps me up to speed on topics and trends from sources I choose. I get no kickbacks for recommending the 🏆Pro sub. It’s better than Feedly and can curate Flipboard mags.