Fiery Feeds supports Feedly, Feedbin, Minimal Reader, Feed Wrangler, Fever, Feedja, InoReader, NewsBlur, Bazqux, AOL Reader, The Old Reader and Tiny Tiny RSS.
You can also add Instapaper, Pocket and Wallabag Accounts for full two way sync.
You can subscribe, unsubscribe, move and rename feeds. You can create, delete and rename folders. Update feeds or folders and add new links to read later.
You can even subscribe straight from Safari and other apps that support the native share sheet.
Article View Modes
Fiery Feeds give you the option between the article view (what's included in the RSS feed), the web view (displays the web page inline) or a text view (that loads the article's text from the web).
You you can even pick the default view per feed.
Fiery Feeds can download your feeds in the background, so you have them when you need them.
It can even send you local notifications when it found new articles.
Fiery includes a great-looking default theme, a special high-contrast theme and a dark theme for reading at night. You can change font and colors of the entire app.
You can also install additional themes from the theme directory.
Virtualy everything can be customized. Text size, padding, line height, preview images, sidebar, sharing, browser and the list goes on.
If you connect an external keyboard to your iPhone or iPad, you can control the entire app with your keyboard.
Fiery can show you previews of the images contained in an articles in the articles list.
Swipe right on an article to mark it read or swipe left to reveal more options like marking all above or below as read.
Fiery Feeds can display the newest articles everywhere, where there are widgets. Notification Center, Search, Lock Screen.
When you're in a long article, Fiery gets out of your way to let you read the article without distractions.