Big shoutout to @Inoreader - my search for the perfect news reader has finally come to a stop! Highly recommended for any power reader.
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.
I use Inoreader (RSS feed platform). It brings in all the abstracts of journals I like. You can then click through to see the full articles and I have it set up so I can save the ones I’m interested in to drop box to read later. Much more efficient than searching myself
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: YAY INOREADER! :-)
Looking at my Twitter profile: I follow nobody? Well, not really.... I'm following you via Inoreader For me the smarter solution to keep up with all the info tsunami coming for twitter, blogs and other sources.
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.
I switched to Inoreader after we shut digg reader (sorry!).
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.
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