Tech Tip: Inoreader


I’ve used a number of RSS readers over the years, so I thought it would be nice to share one of them this month. If you’re unfamiliar with RSS, it stands for “Really Simple Syndication” and is an easy way to pull content from multiple sources into one place. This way, you can follow your favorite websites without having to go to each one. Each RSS reader has its own set of unique features and its own look and feel.

Inoreader has a clean look and the articles are displayed in a grid format. You can set up your own custom rules to automatically push articles to your mobile device or email. It is available on the web and via mobile apps. You can sign up for free and upgrade to a paid plan, if you’d like.

Do you use a service to follow various online feeds? If so, please share in the comments below!

Have a cool app, tool, or tech tip you’d like to share? Contact Chase Masters. Please note that Tech Tips are personal recommendations and might not be officially endorsed or supported by U-M.

Author: Chase Masters, University Library

Chase's role at the Taubman Health Sciences Library includes managing technology projects and resources, consulting with faculty to effectively incorporate technology into their curriculum, supervising staff, serving in the HS-STEM Administration Unit, and identifying and building partnerships with instructional technology units throughout the university community. You may reach him at