Faast is a real-time content reader for your iOS 7 devices. It combines all your RSS Feeds, Twitter, Facebook and email into one app. It uses the same backend technology used for my previous app Push4, featured in the Top 10 Feed & RSS Technologies of 2011 by ReadWriteWeb (“A double digit percentage of the stories I reported on this year came from feeds I consumed in this app.” — Marshall Kirkpatrick).
Faast combines the best of my current server backends, with a complete rewrite of the iOS app. You can:
Receive Instant Notifications for your RSS feeds, Twitter accounts, Facebook or your email.
Share what you read to your friends, and discuss it within Faast.
Import your Feeds from Feedly, Feedbin, Feedwrangler or OPML files.
Use readlater services. Faast supports Instapaper, Readability, Pinboard, Pocket, Delicious or Evernote. It’s one of the unique apps allowing complete HTML snippet to be saved to Evernote.
Faast includes more features like silent mode, sleep hours, bookmarks, specific engineered sounds from an Instrumentalist, VoiceOver support, or complete offline reading.
You can read more about Faast, or install it from the Appstore.
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My thanks to Faast for sponsoring the RSS feed this week.