Fiery Feeds: RSS Reader

Fiery Feeds: RSS Reader

By Lukas Burgstaller

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2016-10-12
  • Current Version: 2.3.4
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 46.27 MB
  • Developer: Lukas Burgstaller
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 13.0 or later.
Score: 4
From 156 Ratings


Fiery Feeds is a powerful and highly customisable feed reader and read-it-later client that syncs with most services. - Smart Views - ◆ Hotlinks - Finds the most linked to websites in your articles ◆ Low and High Frequency - folders shows articles from feeds that only post rarely or particularly often. ◆ Long and Short Articles - folders filter articles by length. ◆ Must Read - folder is a specially highlighted folder, where you can put the most important feeds. ◆ Recents - folder only shows articles published today - Custom URL Sharing - Fiery also supports sharing to other apps and websites using URL schemes that you can create yourself or install from the action directory and customisable email templates. - Text Extraction - Fiery Feeds can automatically extract the full article text or display the website instead of the truncated article text. The selected mode is remembered by feed and the full text can even be downloaded for offline viewing. - Safari Extension - You can subscribe to new feeds and save links to read later right in Safari with the included extension. - Keyboard Shortcuts - Fiery Feeds fully supports external keyboards and keyboard shortcuts. You can navigate the entire app using only the keyboard if you want to. - Today Widget - Fiery Feeds includes a Today Widget that displays the newest articles across all services, including preview images. - Automatic Theme Switching - You can select a bright and a dark theme, and Fiery Feeds will automatically switch between them, based on the display brightness, or the system mode. - Feed Managment - You can subscribe to new feeds, unsubscribe, move or rename them. You can add new folders, delete, move or rename them. You can even group your folders. - Folder Groups - You can group multiple folders into folder groups. - VoiceOver - Every feature is accessible via VoiceOver. - Even more - Highly customizable - Almost every aspect of Fiery Feeds is customisable. Color Themes, Fonts, Text sizes. If you want a leisurely reading environment, just the headlines, or anything in between, Fiery Feeds has you covered. Horizontal article swiping - You can swipe to the next or previous article by swiping horizontally, instead of vertically. This avoids having to scroll down the entire (long) article just to get to the next one. Marking Articles Read - On Scrolling, only articles older than some time, or marking all above or below a specific article read. Three Pane View - Especially designed for larger iPads. - Supported Feed Accounts - ◆ Feedly ◆ Feedbin ◆ Feed Wrangler ◆ Fever ◆ NewsBlur ◆ Tiny Tiny RSS ◆ Inoreader ◆ Bazqux ◆ FreshRSS ◆ The Old Reader ◆ Nextcloud News ◆ iCloud ◆ Local Only - Supported Read Later Accounts - ◆ Pinboard ◆ Pocket ◆ Instapaper ◆ Wallabag ◆ iCloud ◆ Local Only - Included Sharing Actions - ◆ Pinboard ◆ Instapaper ◆ Pocket ◆ Evernote ◆ SendToReader ◆ Buffer ◆ OneNote ◆ Messages ◆ Safari Reading List - Fiery Feeds Premium - Fiery Feeds Premium is available as a yearly subscription for $9.99 with a one week trial. Fiery Feeds Premium automatically renews as a paid subscription, unless cancelled at least 24 hours before the date of renewal. The payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. You can cancel a free trial or subscription anytime by turning off auto-renewal through your iTunes account settings. This must be done 24 hours before the end of a free trial or subscription period to avoid being charged. The cancellation will take effect the day after the last day of the current subscription period, and you will be downgraded to the free service. Any unused portion of a free trial period will be forfeited when you purchase a premium subscription during the free trial period. Privacy Policy: Terms of Use:



  • Simply the best!

    By ksmith80209
    ***Updated*** With the latest update (111/10/2019) all my issues have been addressed. Great app! Old review: I really want to make this my daily driver — it was for quite a while. But recently, it has major problems with syncing. I switched from Inoreader to Feedbin because I thought it might be the service. Nope, still takes forever to sync. I’ve updated to the absolute latest version that supposed to fix the delays — they’re still there. By comparison, while Fiery Feeds might still be showing “syncing feeds” after 30 second plus, Reeder has the same content from the same service fully loaded in >5 seconds. I want to love Fiery Feeds and I’ll keep it on my devices to see if it gets better, but I’ll be using another app until the issue is fully resolved.
  • 完美

    By Juan Moguer
    最方便的是分享菜单支持自定义URL Scheme!太棒了,可以结合很多软件使用。
  • Garbage company

    By ctt1wbw
    Paid for pro. Not paying for a subscription now. Just like Twitterific. Deleted.
  • Mostly good; now with some lag

    By iGreeley
    The update seems to have added some significant lag. Really a bummer. Otherwise a great app. Best RSS reader for the iPad. I’ve tried them all. The update has taken a step back with this update...I’m gonna try Reeder 4 and wait to see if the lag/bugs get squashed.
  • You get me

    By iannleon
    This app has a system theme. I think this is great because I don’t like apps that have a ‘personality’ or a ‘distinctive style’ or a ‘brand’. I like just having great apps that blend in with the rest of the system. This app has that allows me to rip away its silly matte blue ‘style’ If there is anything I see so far that could be improved would be the padding and relative spacing of the settings screen after the font have been changed to San Francisco 17. After doing this and looking at the settings screen, things just look off. If this last one thing is fixed, I will change my review and add that last star.
  • Great companion for Tiny Tiny RSS

    By JuanBretti
    Works great with TT-RSS. The application has lots of customization and the performance is very good. Finally, with this app I don't miss Google Reader any more. The only thing is missing a on-time payment for the full version.
  • Purchase Option

    By unabart
    Great app. Tons of features and works flawlessly with Feedbin. Customized the display to a granular level. Loving it. I would absolutely pay a fair, flat fee for this app but that's not an option and I certainly don't want to rent the app monthly for the same reason I don't rent my cable modem from my ISP. I realize the devs want compensation, I get it. But the subscription model blows. I had my wallet out and I put my wallet back. If there's ever an option for a flat purchase, that's reasonable, please let me know and you have a slam dunk sale.
  • All the features, all the updates

    By scampercom
    For a 5-star rating, I only wished for a few things: “mark read on scroll,” and image thumbnails in the article list. (Dark mode and a configurable multi-pane UI were nice-to-haves.) No reader could deliver all these … except, now, for Fiery Feeds. As a bonus, the developer is *constantly* issuing updates, which is always reassuring. Thus, this is the single perfect feed reader.
  • Maybe only app worth “rent” on iOS

    By Leo of BORG
    Fiery Feeds is one of the only apps that I use every day. Something was sorely needed after the demise of Mr. Reader app—- and this is it. The fact that you’re reading this review here means that I’m happily paying a subscription to this dev. FF is well tested (on TestFlight) and very stable. If you need an RSS reader look no further.
  • Charged me after I canceled subscription

    By Presto Cadenza
    I was trying out a bunch of rss readers, and I clicked to do the free trial of premium. I realized quickly that this app was not what I’m looking for, canceled my subscription to premium features, and deleted the app. Two days later, apple sends me a receipt for $9.99 for automatic renewal of premium? Not cool.