Last modified
Monday, August 12, 2013

Description of App

Seeking an accessible rss feed reader? QFeed might do the trick! It has an accessible, intuitive interface making it easy and fun to read news, blogs, and other content from millions of different websites.



Free or Paid


Version Of macOS App Was Tested On

10.8.2 Mountain Lion

Accessibility Comments

This app is fully accessible, as this is developed specifically for the blind.


The app is fully accessible with VoiceOver and is easy to navigate and use.

Other Comments

I use this app quite frequently for keeping up to date with blogs, news etc. Its not crowded with features like newsrack, it just does what it is supposed to do, and does it well.
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Submitted by KE7ZUM on Monday, August 12, 2013

Why not use an app called vienna? It's free and open source and the devs have made a very big effort to make it accessible. i believe there's an apple vis entry on that, if not I can put it there as I frequently use this app every day. I did a podcast on it which can be found here. Feel free to embed this on any site using the embed link found on the page. Tc all and be blessed. and it's good to have more then one tool. I just like using the free ones. lol!

Submitted by Brandt on Sunday, January 19, 2014

Dear all, I have tried downloading QFeed version 0.8 installer for mac and am getting an error. The file is apparently damaged and thus cannot be opened. The support I am getting from the developer is nonexistent. I have opened a support ticket on their site more than a week ago, letting them know the file is damaged, but no answer as of yet. I seriously considered buying the app before I found the broken file, if this is the kind of support you can expect, can count me out. I took this onto Twitter, and I'm now waiting for a reply, which I doubt I will get.