It took longer than I expected, but I have a self-hosted installation of FreshRSS which I can access via Reeder on macOS, iPad, iOS and the web. This install has been on my to-do for a while. If FreshRSS performs well on my server, I may cancel my Feedbin subscription.
I updated the RSS feed for my WordPress website. The featured images in the feed link back to the originating post.
NetNewsWire, the app that in 2006, was the only RSS reader on my Mac is back. Back then, for me, NetNewsWire was always installed on every Mac I configured. I’ve used the betas and alphas for many months, and although I will continue to use Reeder for the future, I am excited and hopeful for the iOS version. NetNewsWire syncs articles from my favourite blogs, keeping track of what I've via synchronisation with my feed reader service, Feedbin. This version of NetNewsWire is open source. You can download the app right now.
Here's a shortlist of features.
- Safari extension for easy feed-adding
- Syncing via Feedbin
- Sharing to Mail, MarsEdit, Micro.blog, and so on
- Dark Mode
- Importing and exporting OPML feed lists
- Multiple accounts