A couple of months ago, I wrote about an RSS/Atom feed reader that I was in the process of developing. This came off the back of a project I was doing at the time which just happened to coincide with the timing of Google Reader's shutdown. I have now completed the web application dubbed IronReader.
IronReader is a free web-based RSS/Atom feed reader which is optimised for mobile but looks just as great on the desktop.
You are able to import an OPML subscription file which you may have already downloaded from Google Takeout, organise your subscriptions into folders and also export your subscriptions out of IronReader if you need to.
The application has been tested on Google Chrome 26+, Mozilla FireFox 21+, Apple Safari 6+, iOS 6.0+, Android 4.2.2+ [Jelly Bean], Internet Explorer 10+ and Opera 12+.
You can currently find the application at http://amitd.co/ironreader as I would like to trial it out and see what kind of response I get before I host it on it's own domain.
Please feel free to register an account and have a play and forward any questions, queries, comments or suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Look forward to any feedback anybody has.
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