Back-in-the-day, RSS or News Feeds were all the rage. I, for one, have been using them since the early 2000’s and it’s my daily source of news via Fever. It’s the app I I switched to it back in 20131 when Google killed it Reeder service.
With the #1 feed reader dead, it seems like most people switched to Twitter and Facebook to fill the gap. Although I use Twitter, I still use Fever to track those sites that are most important to me, which now that I look, is 151 sites. I do a purge every now and then but I tend to hover at about that number.
When I’m not at my desk, I use Reeder 3.0 on my iPhone. It’s a solid app but I would say 90% of my news reading comes from Fever on the desktop.
I wonder, how many people still use News Aggregation? If you still use it, please let me know in the comments below.
Shawn Inman cancelled sales and support of both Fever and Mint (another app I use) back in 2016 but both are still going strong and I have no plans of stopping usage of either application. ↩
Feedly here since Google stopped reader. Desktop and my phone.