September 26, 2015


This is my new RSS reader. I was using Feedbin, but realized it really wasn’t going to work for me because of the way it didn’t open links when I tried to open links in new windows,( because I’m old-fashion, and don’t like to use tabs, unless my browser opens one automatically.) I found it by using Replacereader, which is still up but outdated. RSSdose is one of those extremely simple services that works really well for me! It’s like it’s stuck in 2011 or so, but that’s OK. When you go to add a feed to a folder, you have to type the folder name, there are no dropdown menus or checkboxes, and there definitely isn’t any drag-and-drop here! Most services implement drag-and-drop now days, without giving any thought to people who use screen readers. I’m not saying that sighted people can’t have their fancy drag-and-drop interfaces at all, I’m saying developers should compromise, and make it a setting somewhere. RSSdose is a paid service $5 every 3 months, or $16 per year. It comes with a 7 day free trial.

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