Don't let the algorithms of Facebook and Google drive your news! With Fiper you can quickly scroll through a chronological timeline for news and blogs, without nasty algorithms!
Fiper has the most photo-centric design out there in RSS apps. All media are displayed with photos. With a design that you can completely customize!
Are there sites that you used to read, but because of social media you never anymore? Shame, because they are still good! With Fiper you can easily follow dozens of media, from small local news sites to large national newspapers
Group media the way you want. Is cycling your hobby? Put all your favorite cycling sites together, and you'll never miss a thing
Fiper works great as an app on smartphones, tablets, but also super fast on your PC. The media will be synced automatically
Any site that supports RSS will work in Fiper. Because Fiper optimizes the feeds in a new, special way, all sites look extra beautiful
You can customize everything in Fiper: media you see, categories, appearance
Fiper is fast: you have a super fast overview of all the media you like
Fiper is not a stripped-down one-size-fits-all app. The number of media in these types of apps is very limited as they have to be "approved" by a US company. Fiper accepts all media. You can follow a beauty blog or a site about ice skating just as easily as a national news site. In addition, Fiper has a chronological timeline, not a stripped-down AI-optimized selection. Fiper is also flexible: the media, appearance and categories are easy to adjust
Most RSS readers, as nice as they are, are clumsy and not very well organized. Fiper is visual. Also, Fiper is convenient, easy to customize. Even with tens to hundreds of media, Fiper is still manageable
Nothing. We will eventually put advertisements in the timeline, which you can then buy off with a (not expensive) subscription. Because our chimney has to smoke too ;)
All media that support RSS! We've already put a lot in it for you. You can usually add a medium unknown to Fiper yourself via RSS
Most of the articles you read this way are free. Some sites do have a so-called payment/login wall. Then you have to log in or pay with the relevant medium