Apple's RSS Reader - Am I the only one who firgured this out?

buzznfrog

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Hey all,

I've just read about the other not to be mentioned/pay-for RSS reader. Just to let you know, I've been getting these feeds to work since day 1.

Thanks.
 

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DMcGrew

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May 30, 2007
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Hey all,

I've just read about the other not to be mentioned/pay-for RSS reader. Just to let you know, I've been getting these feeds to work since day 1.

Thanks.
All RSS urls open in Apple's viewer.. its nice.
 

Popdevil

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Why wouldn't you give a little more information. I mean why not give steps to get it? Not too useful to just say you are smart and figured something out.
 

buzznfrog

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Why wouldn't you give a little more information. I mean why not give steps to get it? Not too useful to just say you are smart and figured something out.
Sorry, I didn't mean to make you think I was smart. In fact, I was anticipating a bunch of "we already know that, idiot" comments. Regardless, all I did was sync my safari RSS feed bookmarks to my iPhone. That's it. Done.

It appears that the reader.mac.com webstite is still a POS, even after you follow the instructions on the screen. Just find an RSS feed from Safari, bookmark it, sync it, and you will then have a really good RSS reader on your iPhone.

The RSS reader is very good. You can click (touch) on an article to read the entire thing without actually going to the page. This is something the real version of Safari RSS could take a lesson from.

Enjoy!
 

DRabbit

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Why wouldn't you give a little more information. I mean why not give steps to get it? Not too useful to just say you are smart and figured something out.
There's really not much to know... when you open an RSS feed from a website, it'll open automatically through Safari's .mac reader. You can then just bookmark it for later.