Last modified
Thursday, May 5, 2022

Description of App

ReadKit is a full-featured read later and RSS client that supports all major provider and it has a built in RSS engine too.

• BazQux
• Feedbin
• Feedly
• Feed Wrangler
• Fever
• FreshRSS
• Inoreader
• Miniflux
• NewsBlur
• The Old Reader
• Tiny Tiny RSS
• Built-in RSS

• Instapaper
• Pocket
• Wallabag
• Pinboard

• All your reading in one place, multiple account support.
• Universal app: same features and same services are supported on iOS and macOS
• Sync with all major RSS aggregator and read later provider or use it with built-in RSS engine.
• Feed and folder management for RSS services.
• Organize subscriptions / articles into folder / tags.
• Offline reading and image caching.
• Sync in the background.
• Built-in reader mode to extract full content of articles.
• Automatic reader mode.
• Share extension that save articles from Safari and other application for later reading.
• Subscribe to YouTube channels and playlists.
• Customizable user interface.
• Support for light and dark mode and color themes.
• Save content for offline viewing.
• In-app browser for viewing links and other references.
• Preference to display unread items on the app badge.
• Search for articles by content, title or source.
• Full support for hardware keyboard.
• Import and export of feed subscriptions via OPML.
• Mark articles as read on scroll or mark them all by a tap of a button.
• Mark as read above or below from context menu.
• Filter articles by read or starred status.
• Send articles in email.
• Share articles with apps, social media accounts, and other services via share sheet.

• Universal app: same features and same services are supported on iOS and macOS.
• Brand new macOS application with new design and improved functionality.
• New supported services on macOS: BazQux, FreshRSS, Inoreader, Miniflux, The Old Reader, Tiny Tiny RSS.
• New app icon (on both platforms) and new alternate icons (on iOS).
• Share extension that save articles from Safari and other application for later reading.
• Safari Extension to subscribe to feeds from Safari on macOS.
• Improved focus-based navigation with left/right arrow keys.
• New themes and improved theme selection.
• Verious performance improvements.
• Using relative dates for articles and sync times.
• Added "Increased contrast" option to reading preferences.
• Improvements on detecting and fetching feeds of YouTube channels and playlists.
• Improved representation of unread items and added "Dim read items" preference to Appearance settings.
• Improved favicon and thumbnail detection.
• Improved Reader mode performance and content detection.
• Various UI improvements on rendering articles.
• Tons of enhancements and fixes.

• Universal purchase: all premium features are available on both iOS and macOS with a single purchase.
• Multiple accounts: use it with two or more accounts at the same time. Allows you to save articles from RSS feeds to read-later accounts.
• Unlimited feeds: unlocks the limit of 20 feed for the built-in RSS service.
• Manage folders and tags: allows to organize feeds and read-later articles into folders or tags.
• Reader mode: displays the full text of article, even if it's not included in the feed source.
• Image cache: caches images from articles for offline reading.
• Themes and app icons: unlocks all themes and allows you to select a custom application icon.
• Import and export OPML: import and export of feed subscriptions via OPML.
• Upcoming new features: access to all upcoming premium features.
• Support the development: your purchase supports the continued development of ReadKit.

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Free With In-App Purchase

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Accessibility Comments

I've not encountered any issues to date.

The only minor things that it might be nice to see are some UI elements being treated by VoiceOver as a single one rather than separate ones - for instance the name of a folder and the number of unread articles it contains are currently two distinct elements. My preference for these would be to have them read as one. The same would be true for the handling of dates and times in the article list.


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