1. RSS5000 is a new RSS feed reader for iPad that actually brings something kind of original (to me at least) and minimal to the space. Here is how the developer described it to me:

RSS5000 connects to your Google Reader account and allows you to swipe through your feeds as a stack of whole web pages.  The resulting experience is very rich, there’s no other RSS experience quite like it. On a decent w-ifi connection, it’s really fast.  It feels sort of like flipping through your favorite websites on magic internet paper. 

You really have to see the video on the site to get the best example of how it works. It’s really kind of neat. Purists and design nerds will appreciate that the content is displayed in the format it was originally intended. 

    RSS5000 is a new RSS feed reader for iPad that actually brings something kind of original (to me at least) and minimal to the space. Here is how the developer described it to me:

    RSS5000 connects to your Google Reader account and allows you to swipe through your feeds as a stack of whole web pages.  The resulting experience is very rich, there’s no other RSS experience quite like it. On a decent w-ifi connection, it’s really fast.  It feels sort of like flipping through your favorite websites on magic internet paper. 

    You really have to see the video on the site to get the best example of how it works. It’s really kind of neat. Purists and design nerds will appreciate that the content is displayed in the format it was originally intended. 

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    Not a bad idea but not something that will divert me from Reeder or Flipboard anytime soon.
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    :D! Thanks MinimalMac!!!
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