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Inoreader VS Feedly

Inoreader - RSS with Less Restrictions and More Power

Subscribe to RSS Feeds, Blogs, Podcasts, Twitter searches, Facebook pages, even Email Newsletters!

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Why choose Inoreader over Feedly

Richer customization options

Richer customization options

Article views, Theme styles, Article font choices, Image loading and even Custom CSS editor.

More on the free tier

More on the free tier

Search through your subscriptions, keyword highlights, google keywords & news alerts, podcast player and many more.

Powerful automation

Powerful automation

Mute and permit filters, rules to set up push notifications and emails or mark as read when certain criteria are met.

Social features

Social features

Follow user channels, like, comment and broadcast inside Inoreader.

Newsletter subscriptions

Newsletter subscriptions

Declutter your inbox, subscribe to email newsletters straight into Inoreader.

More for less cost

More for less cost

Inoreader gives you more power features for a much better price.

Don't take our word for it

Laura Gibbs

Laura Gibbs

@OnlineCrsLady

it's like the difference between walking and flying. seriously. with Inoreader you can use rules/tags/searches to create any kind of custom/combined feed and view. I have feeds by class, by assignment, by topic, and I embed them in websites, blogs, Canvas. Inoreader is AMAZING

Tamás Szelei

Tamás Szelei

@szeleitamas

I used feedly for a while, but their free offering got thinner and thinner and their paid model got pretty expensive. Then I found @Inoreader, which is much closer to the philosophy of the late greader, with a much better paid offering.

Scott Mortimer

Scott Mortimer

@ScottMortimer

While I will admit that I was put out by the shuttering of Google Reader, I don't find the accusation they killed RSS to be even remotely true. I switched easily to Feedly and then Inoreader and never looked back. RSS, especially in the area of podcasts, has only grown (1/2)

Eric Lubbers

Eric Lubbers

@brofax

I don't know how many people are in my Venn diagram overlap of "uses a feed reader" and "reads too many very good newsletters" but this new feature from @Inoreader might actually make me switch from @feedly

Clint Lalonde (he/him)

Clint Lalonde (he/him)

@edtechfactotum

I recently switched RSS readers from Feedly to Inoreader, and very much appreciating the new Inoreader feature to subscribe to email newsletters using Inoreader. My inbox is feeling much much lighter these days

Fil Salustri

Fil Salustri

@FilSalustri

I'm moving to Inoreader I've given up on Feedly (https://feedly.com). Inoreader (https://inoreader.com) has a better feature set for me, and better customization. Documentation is better / more clear too.

Andy Chan

Andy Chan

@iceycake

I used feedly years ago but switch to @Inoreader since they allow twitter feeds and have complex rules to filter the articles.

Michael Heller

Michael Heller

@MT_Heller

Feedly's free tier is too limiting and its Pro tier too expensive, so after three years of Feedly Pro, I'm switching to @Inoreader. Feels like a good move.

Sapere4ude

Sapere4ude

@zendealer

First I used feedly. But now #Inoreader all the way! Of course the paid Edition with all the extra features.

Jakal

Jakal

@intel_jakal

I used to use feedly but switched to inoreader still not using it to its full potential but has some great functionality to filter the firehose.

Radical Cyclosexual

Radical Cyclosexual

@NefariousAryq

Exported my feeds from Feedly and imported into Inoreader. So far so good, liking what I'm seeing! Thx again!

Remko Smid

Remko Smid

@remkosmid

I moved from Feedly to Inoreader and am still liking it after 3 years.

Compare and choose wisley

Free Plan Inoreader Feedly
Search inside your subscriptions
Unlimited folders
Unlimited tags
Save to Pocket, Dropbox, Evernote, OneNote, Google Drive and Instapaper
Google News Alerts
Generate your own feed (HTML clip)
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Pro Plan

$4.17/month

Inoreader Pro

$12/month

Feedly Pro+
Unlimited feeds
Twitter Feeds (Timeline, Lists, Hashtags, Searches)
Facebook Feeds (Public Pages)
Subscribe to pages without RSS Feed (Web feeds)
Keyword Monitoring
Powerfull Automations with Rules
Secure Image Proxy
Synchronize your YouTube subscriptions
Article translations
Permit Filters
Mute Filters
Faster News Delivery
Search everywhere
IFTTT Integration
Zapier Integration
Generate your own feed (HTML clip)

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