Slow Feeds 4 is available on the app store now! It features an updated design, optimized for iOS 7 and some awesome new features: Background fetch: Slow Feeds will periodically sync your feeds in the background. If you launch Slow Feeds, any new articles will already be there. Feed management: Slow Feeds lets you subscribe to […]
Slow Feeds 4 is around the corner, but before talking about new features, let me tell you how updating, purchasing and/or upgrading will work. Slow Feeds 4 will be a freemium app, which means you can download it for free from the app store – with a limited set of features for new customers. To […]
Slow Feeds 3.2 has just been accepted in the app store and should show up anytime now. It’s adding Feedly cloud support and optimizes syncing in general. Look in the update section in iOS app store or buy Slow Feeds here if you held out for Feedly support.
Slow Feeds 3.1 has just been released, adding support for Feed Wrangler. We are currently working on integrating even more feed aggregator services, as well as sync speed improvements across the board. But keep in mind that the exodus of Google Reader users might pose a challenge to the new services for the next few […]
Slow Feeds 3 has just been released and should appear on the app store shortly. Slow Feeds 3 brings support for NewsBlur, Feedbin and FeedHQ. If you want to continue using Google Reader while it’s still working, you will have to re-enter your username and password.
I planned to improve the Hot Links feature for Slow Feeds 2.1, which was introduced in Slow Feeds 2.0 and to add multiple account support in the near future. Then, Google announced it will be shutting down Reader on July 1st, which messed up my schedule a little… So, I started with the multiple account […]