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ReadKit 3 becomes a universal app, adds more services and more



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ReadKit 3 becomes a universal app, adds more services and more


Some people talk about the resurgence of RSS, but the truth is that it never went away. ReadKit has long been one of the best ways to read RSS feeds and now it’s better than ever with a big 3.0 update that adds a ton of features and changes to the mix.

Perhaps the big change is that ReadKit is now a universal app, meaning it has the same functionality on iPhone, iPad, and Mac. It’s also now a free app, removing the barrier to entry for those who want to get their feet wet. You can use ReadKit for free with no ads or data collection, but those who want to take advantage of premium features will have to pay, and those premium features are worth it too.

Paying for premium features gives you:

The premium features are behind three different payment options. A monthly payment of $1.99 is offered, while those who pay annually only pay $9.99. A one-time lifetime unlock option is also available for $39.99.

ReadKit 3.0 also adds support for new services on macOS, including BazQuux, FreshRSS, Inoreader, Miniflux, The Old Reader, Tiny Tiny RSS, and Wallabag. An updated app icon also helps keep things nice and modern, while a Safari extension means adding new RSS feeds has never been easier.

All of this and more is now available in the updated ReadKit app. You can get it on the App Store now. ReadKit is one of the best RSS readers for iPhone, iPad and Mac and now it’s even better than before.

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