Please email John Brayton to request evaluation copies and to ask any questions.
Product Page: https://www.goldenhillsoftware.com/unread/
App Store Link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/unread-rss-reader/id1252376153?ls=1&mt=8
Requirements: Unread requires iOS 10 or later. Unread is a universal app for iPhone and iPad.
Price: Free download, $7.99 (USD) after a free trial
Unread requires an account with one of these services:
These are the limitations of the app before paying:
- Initially the user can read up to 50 articles.
- After reading the first 50 articles, the user is limited to 3 articles per day.
- Access is limited to 6 of the 14 themes.
What Makes Unread Different from Other RSS Readers
Full-screen Reading: Focus on the act of reading with Unread’s full-screen article view. Articles are typeset in beautiful fonts from Hoefler & Co.
Readability View: For truncated RSS feeds or linked list items, quickly load the full text of articles into Unread’s beautiful readability view.
Designed for Comfort: Move anywhere in the app with a sweep of your thumb, without having to reposition your hand. Unread’s stacked navigation was built from scratch to be the most comfortable interface you’ve ever used. Flick left-to-right to go back from anywhere on the screen. Tug any screen right-to-left to show options for that screen.
Multiple Themes: Unread includes 14 different themes including a Day theme, a Night theme, and a Black theme.
Accessibility: Unread has 100-percent VoiceOver coverage. Every screen and every feature is available to users with vision impairments. Actions on articles can be quickly triggered using the accessibility rotor. The font sizes are adjustable.
Footnote Popovers: Articles with properly-formatted footnotes will show convenient popovers when you need to read a footnote.
Who is Behind Unread
Unread was recently acquired by Golden Hill Software. Golden Hill Software is a one-person company developing apps for the Mac and for iOS. Golden Hill Software is owned and operated by John Brayton and is located in Massachusetts.
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