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Feedspot is a social feed reader that lets you read everything from your favorite websites in a single place. You can either use it to catch up on the latest news and articles, or just relax and enjoy your favorite blog posts without having to switch between different devices. Feedspot also allows you to save content for later reading, so there's always something interesting waiting for you.

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  • Amanda S.Social Media Strategist

    What I like best about feedspot is the daily emails I get about my favorite WordPress blogs. There is always interesting up to date articles I'm actually interested in reading! Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

  • Vincent Z.Business Development Manager

    It's very essential for today's time. Being able to connect and get your audience is easy with FeedSpot. One of the easiest and efficient tool I have seen to get the job done for me. It also helped me to identify the right people to reach and sell our services. This is very useful and helps to grow business and connect with right people. Support staff is also amazing. They are great in getting in touch with you to resolve the issue at your satisfaction. Sometimes they are so fast that it feels you are talking to your friend when you are at weird situation. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

  • Nissanka J.Software Engineer

    Feedspot has made my life so much easier by letting me to add all of my favorite web pages and social media web pages into one master page. Now I have all the info in one place where I can have a daily email with the required news of those. It is just beautiful. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

Negative Comments
  • Verified User in Hospital & Health CareEnterprise(> 1000 emp.)

    Customizing the UI is pretty inflexible. Functionality also has zero customizability. For example, if I only want to see feeds from a certain folder and/or topic, there's no way. Also, when importing your own OPML file, their system doesn't skip over duplicate feeds, nor does the formatting carry over. This is only made 100x worse by the fact that there is no way to bulk select feeds to reorganize and/or delete. After importing my feeds from another app, I was left with over 400 feeds in a heaping pile of mess, when they were previously all neatly placed in folders. I was 6% of my way through painstakingly clicking one feed at a time and placing them in folders- sometimes having to scroll a mile in either direction- when I gave up. There's also a lot of off-putting ads geared towards other advertisers. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

  • Amanda S.Social Media Strategist

    Only thing I dislike is the free version is kinda limited. Besides that it's pretty good at everything else. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

  • Derek H.Website Producer

    So far there is nothing i dislike about them. Im still relatively new maybe a month in or less. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

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