My RSS app is ReadKit. I switched to ReadKit earlier this year after using Reeder for years. While I think Reeder is still an excellent choice, ReadKit’s support for Smart Folders won me over.
My RSS service is Inoreader Pro. I filter some high-volume feeds at the server level, limiting what some up in ReadKit. I also appreciate being able to sync my YouTube subscriptions through Inoreader Pro. Videos that I want to watch are sent off to the excellent Play app by Marcos Tanaka.
News Explorer. I’ve been using it for a year, and just bought Reeder to compare. Reeder has cloud syncing and perhaps a slightly better interface. But News Explorer has a better Reader mode: it shows far fewer ads.
I love Reeder but the only annyance I have is that it seperates my RSS feed and Read Later ‘buckets’ into different accounts that I need to manually switch between. Unless I am missing an obvious way to bring these sources together? I find that I don’t check my Read Later much inside Reeder due to that little bit of friction.
I’ve used NewsExplorer and NetNewsWire and Readkit in the past, but where I use a Mac and an Android phone, the best option I found is Miniflux, and I use the hosted version, which has great keyboard shortcut support.