A sharp looking new RSS reader option has launched called â€œAn Otter RSS Reader.â€� Key features include a minimalist design, iOS and Mac widgets, iCloud sync, an adorable icon, and as youâ€™d hope, itâ€™s a universal app.
With a fun sense of humor, developer Josh Holtz calls Otter â€œthe worldâ€™s newest most okayest RSS reader with a high key adorable otter icon!â€�
As noted above, the goal of An Otter RSS Reader was a minimal RSS reader with solid functionality. Your feed syncs over iCloud across iPhone, iPad, and Mac, youâ€™ve got home screen widgets on iOS to easily stay on top of your feeds â€“ and there are widgets for Mac too.
Add some gorgeous widgets to your Home Screen to show unread count for either all feeds or a specific folder of feeds.
For iOS and Mac, Otter includes dark mode and light mode. And youâ€™ve got the option to create folders to organize your feeds and Otter uses a web view for reading your feed:
This isnâ€™t anything special. This is why its the okayest and minimalist. Just read the article like how it was supposed to be read. Is it even a reader? It might just be a syncer.
You can opt to have Otter automatically refresh your feeds in the background or go for the pull-to-refresh option.
Finally, Otter makes it easy to import and export via OPML files:
Import your feeds with an OPML file (if you have one from your existing RSS reader). Export your feeds into an OPML file if you hate â€œAn Otter RSSâ€� and want to move to another app. Weâ€™ll understand. There are plenty of other apps out there and this one might not be the one for you!
An Otter RSS Reader is a free download from the App Store, and if youâ€™d like to support the developer Josh Holtz, you can tip him with in-app purchases.
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