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Inoreader: iOS app updated with dark theme and support for Pocket, Evernote, Instapaper and Readability

Inoreader: iOS app updated with dark theme and support for Pocket, Evernote, Instapaper and Readability | RSS Circus : veille stratégique, intelligence économique, curation, publication, Web 2.0 | Scoop.it

We have spent a lot of time tweaking and fine tuning the dark theme so it's easy on the eyes especially in dark environments. Just try it out during night time and you'll surely appreciate our efforts.


And if that's not enough for you, we've added even more features

 

- Scroll tracking - automatically marks articles as read when you scroll past them, just like in the web version. You can activate this feature in the app preferences or via the "Eye" menu.- A completely redesigned sharing screen with support for Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Email (iOS client), Gmail and SMS. More services will come in the future too. We have also fixed the Twitter sharing, because it was a bit broken in version 1.2 and wasn't sending the article titles in the tweet.
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InoReader: rules can now use Regex to filter items and "send to" actions can be automatized (Pocket, Evernote, Instapaper and Readability)

InoReader: rules can now use Regex to filter items and "send to" actions can be automatized (Pocket, Evernote, Instapaper and Readability) | RSS Circus : veille stratégique, intelligence économique, curation, publication, Web 2.0 | Scoop.it

Rules are one of the features that we are particularly proud of. Many users still don't know they even exist and the things they can do with them.

They let you create automated workflows that can relieve you from the task of manually filtering what you read.
For example you can set up a rule to automatically tag articles based on keywords in them. You can then just go to your tags and quickly see what's new in your favorite tags. Also those tagged articles will stay forever in your account, so you will be able to easily find them later.

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