Rediscover the joy of reading your favorite writers with Unread, an RSS reader
with beautiful typography, comfortable gesture-based navigation, and a variety
of color themes. Features include: AUTOMATIC WEBPAGE TEXT: For feeds that
contain only article summaries, Unread can display the...
Fantastic update to my daily reader
I’ve been using Unread for years and this is a great update. It has a beautiful design and fluid interface, making it the fastest way for me to keep up with the news that’s important to me. The new webpage full text and caching features alone are worth the upgrade price. And I can now manage my feeds and add new feeds right in the app, no more futzing around with a different app or website. I also love the Instapaper integration. Kudos on a great update to an essential app!
this is the best of the best RSS reader and it is now better than ever
with this app i have always been able to quickly read my RSS feeds and dispatch ones i wanted to keep and now it it fast and smoother. thank you sadly i cannot afford the subscription, but I wish the new owners of this app all the best and success. thank you for keeping this app alive
Subscription models aren’t always clearly beneficial to users
When an app goes to a subscriptions model users need a roadmap of some sort to see what that subscription provides to them. Bug fixes are always expected with a set price for a version. Active work to provide new features and continued progress to improve an app or service through the app lead me to be more supportive of a subscription model. With some apps it easy to see that such will occur. With other apps, that’s not the case. It’s up to the developer to provide users with an incentive to go with a subscription model.
I’ve been using Unread for years now. I’ve maybe paid for it two times. Maybe three. I’m not happy about their new subscription model and think the annual price should be lower...at least for legacy users. I am really happy to have full text RSS feeds though and the interface is one of the better ones in the App Store visually. I’ve tried most other readers and I somehow always find myself coming back to Unread.
Miss the old iPad layout
Love all the additions and can’t wait to see what else is on the way. I’m happy to pay the subscription price for an app that I use everyday and which, in my opinion, is miles ahead of any alternative in its design. Only thing I don’t love is the new article list layout on iPad. It feels unnecessarily cramped. I’d love an option to bring the old layout back.
Once again a solid update and beautifully designed but I was really expecting more article list options/views. $20 annually doesn’t sound like much but when compared to the competitions features, I can’t justify it.
How much would you need to price this app at, for its continued development? $20 a year is insane. Subscription fatigue is real. Figure out what the one time cost needs to be and charge that. Love Unread (original flavor) but $20 a year is too much for me. 3 stars for making the Unread and Unread 2 separate apps and not forcing customers to subscribe who’ve already paid for the app before.
Not a lot changed...
Unclear if the 50 is a daily limit or the first 50 forever. Regardless a sad development and subscription fatigue is real. This app will be cut from my use even though I use it daily because $20 is just too much for something other apps do better or just as good as this app for a one time fee or for free. Thanks for giving me a chance to look at the new Reeder app. I was looking to give someone money again for a new experience and Reeder will get it.
Great app even better.
I wish he found a way to make it $5 a year.
Pricey for an iterative release
I've owned this app since its initial release, and while I'm not opposed to subscribing to apps that provide value, what I'm seeing in this version doesn't warrant it IMHO. A lot of the problems from the prior version remain, most notably the lack of options for improving information density in the list views.
$20 well spent
Yes, it’s $20. It would be better if it were a $20 one-time purchase. But it’s worth it. 100%
Another subscription model where the OG supporters don’t get rewarded with the free year
Good app but three stars for subscription
Was an user of v1. And happy to see the improvement in this version. This is definitely one of the best RSS readers. I can only give three stars for subscription. Yes I totally understand that this is a totally nontrivial work and the developer needs continuous support to improve this app. But I just don’t like the subscription way. Let’s say, this is $19.99/year. Suppose I start to subscript today. Then after one year, or even shorter, say, six months. I will have paid about $10 on this app. This is already the price for a new app. Then wha will happen in the six months? Brand new look? Essentially new feature? Or any other thing that totally worth the price of a new app? Please forgive me since I don’t think that will happen. Even it happens, then how about next six months? Another totally new feature? RSS is not a new concept, it is not developing quickly. I can’t believe that there will be great new ideas coming into this app one by one. I may be totally, and I am happy to see that I am proved to be stupid. If that happen, please remind me to change this rating. But before that, I just feel sad that more and more great apps start to ask people to subscript.
Yes. Unread: An RSS Reader is very safe to use. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 359 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 4.7/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for Unread: An RSS Reader Is 51.5/100.
Yes. Unread: An RSS Reader is a totally legit app. This conclusion was arrived at by running over 359 Unread: An RSS Reader User Reviews through our NLP machine learning process to determine if users believe the app is legitimate or not. Based on this, Justuseapp Legitimacy Score for Unread: An RSS Reader Is 51.5/100.
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