With so much news coming out each day, it can be difficult to keep up. And while there are some great news readers on Windows 10, an RSS app is one of the easiest ways to keep yourself up to date.
You can subscribe to your favorite feeds and have a beautiful layout of all the latest information. iNi Reader is a Feedly client for Windows 10 that features an elegant design and some impressive options.
The app is available for free on Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile, though to unlock all of its features you'll need to upgrade the app for $1.99.
The first thing I noticed about iNi Reader was its elegant design. It has a simple to navigate interface that lays out the news in a way that's both attractive and easy to view. iNi Reader's block interface shows articles' lead image and introductory text to help you know if a story is worth clicking. Feedly clients are all going to have a core set of features and functionality that's almost identical so having such an attractive design helps iNi Reader stand out.
You can customize the reading experience within iNi Reader including viewing summaries or full articles by default, switching between dark and light theme, choosing if an article should be hidden after it's read and more. Though, the light theme leaves some options invisible such as the Settings icon Again, these aren't groundbreaking options or features but iNi Reader has a lot of options.
Full feature set
As a Feedly client, iNi Reader's only content is what you choose to subscribe to, but iNi Reader provides a couple ways to partake your favorite content. You can read text or have the text read aloud to you. If you're reading text, there's also a text only option to save on data or just make it easier to read content.
The app also supports notifications, Live Tiles, syncing across devices, and quick share targets that allow you to share content quicker than using Windows 10 built in share targets feature.
The most impressive thing about iNi Reader is that it ticks the boxes you'd want in a Feedly client. It's attractive, syncs well, is customizable, and provides multiple ways to consume content. It has a number of features and options that make it easier to read your favorite content and stay up to date on the news.
It has a few smaller issues such as the light theme hiding elements of the design and some longer loading times for articles but overall iNi Reader is a very impressive app for news reading.
- Excellent layout
- Great feature set
- Cross-device syncing
- Can take time to load articles
- Light theme has design issues
See in Microsoft Store
We may earn a commission for purchases using our links. Learn more.
Watch Surface Duo get ripped apart, all to get at its hinge
We've seen the Surface Duo delicately torn down by iFixit, but now it's time for a much messier teardown. YouTuber JerryRigEverything has ripped into Duo to get at its hinge, and it turns out it's a surprisingly simple setup.
Power or agility? We compare Dell's XPS 15 with LG's gram 15.
These two laptops might share a similar footprint, but they're intended for two very different types of user. We break things down to help you get a clear idea of which PC is the better buy for your needs.
Windows x64 app emulation heads to Snapdragon PCs this November
It's official: Windows 10 on ARM laptops are getting x64 app emulation sometime in November (though the Windows Insider program). Microsoft Teams natively optimized for ARM is also coming soon. The news follows Qualcomm's recent announcement of its new Snapdragon 8cx Gen 2 processor and new devices coming this year.
Make the most of your Surface Pen and Slim Pen with these awesome apps
To really maximize the ability of the Surface Pen and Slim Pen, there are some essential apps you should check out. We've rounded up the best right here for a variety of purposes.