Your iPad can serve as your e-book reader. There is no question about that. So you can dump your Kindle if you must. But the device can go beyond anything Kindle or other readers can offer. It can read RSS feeds, with the help of RSS apps that is. Not only you can keep up with the latest books on your iPad, you can go through the latest news and blog posts on it as well. What can be better than that.
In order to read RSS feeds on your iPad, you are going to need a decent RSS reader. Let’s not forget that RSS feed readers do make it easier to manage multiple feeds as well, saving you time and effort. If you are a RSS junkie like myself, here are 5 iPad RSS apps you may want to check out:
Early Edition: a wonderful iPad feed app that turns your RSS collection into a virtual newspaper for you to go through on your device. Instead of going through a list of new stories, you get a better overall view of what’s shaking in your world.
NewsRack: another innovative RSS feed reader for iPad. It can be synchronized with Google Reader and lets you categorize your feeds as well.
Hangman RSS HD: a quite unique iPad feed reader that makes going through stories more fun, no matter how boring those stories are.
Paper Pile: if the first virtual newspaper app on this list is not realistic enough for you, wait till you try Paper Pile. Just provide it with your favorite URLs, and it does the rest for you.
Feeddler RSS Reader Pro: your standard feed reader app for iPad. Supports Google Reader and Facebook sharing too.
Did I miss anything? Please feel free to add your favorite iPad RSS apps below.
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