Beta opportunity: Follow any website

July 30, 2018 09:11

One of the most common problems people run into is that sites they want to follow don’t have RSS feeds. Other times there might be elements of a webpage that you want to monitor for updates.

The last couple of months we’ve been working hard to make this a possibility... Continue →

Launching Feeder Dashboard

June 18, 2018 09:20


After half a year in development, and 4 months in Beta. We are proud to release Feeder Dashboard live. Together with a release offer of 50% off.

Create your own information terminal

Enable up to 10 columns, or decks, for specific feeds or folders, and watch as new posts come... Continue →

Launched today: Totally New Web Reader for Feeder

May 07, 2018 20:55


Today we’re proud to announce the next exciting step in Feeder’s journey: The Web Reader 2.0.

Since the announcement that AOL Reader and Digg Reader were shutting down we’ve been working our butts off to make Feeder a warm welcoming place for all these users.

What is new?

We have... Continue →

Coming soon: Biggest update to the web reader, ever

April 30, 2018 15:34

In exactly 1 week from now, we’ll be launching a major change to one of our platforms: The web reader.

It’s one of our most mature platforms, and has changed very little since launch. It’s been a stable way to get updates on your topics. Now we’re making it a... Continue →

RSS is not dying, poorly run products are

March 15, 2018 19:49

Many celebrities have been declared dead on social media, and have had to go to their Twitter and proclaim that “No, I am in fact not dead”. Today, it’s easier to declare the death of someone, than it is for that someone to stop the spread of misinformation.

Recently many... Continue →

Out for beta: Feeder Dashboard

February 20, 2018 16:46


Today we’re pleased to announce Feeder Dashboard, the second power-up available for all Feeder users.  


With the Feeder Dashboard power-up, you get access to a completely new way of consuming large amounts of information. Add up to 10 panels with different feeds or folders, and coupled with real-time and filtering... Continue →

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