Watch Feeds supports Inoreader, The Old Reader, NewsBlur, BazQux Reader, Feedbin, Fever, Local, Tiny Tiny RSS, FreshRSS, Sync Read, and iCloud.
Watch Feeds will automatically find the image from the article. Double tap the image and use digital crown to zoom.
You can mix all your feeds, which allows you to stay on the front lines of current events.
Found an interesting article? You can send articles to read later list. This allows you to find them easily and read them when you have free time.
You can discover feeds by category or customize your preferences through the simple search function.
Some free actions include: Read Later, Share, Open in Browser, Send to iPhone (limited to 10 articles), and Fetch Full Text.
Stay up to date without opening the app. Watch Feeds will automatically notify you of new articles!
If you are too lazy to open the app, then you can use the complication from Watch Feeds to view the latest article right on your watch face.
Folders, hide IP using proxy image, offline reading, mark feed as read, hide read articles, automatic full text fetching, export/import OPML, and more...
You can unlock Pro in Watch Feeds iOS apps.
Pro users can add unlimited number of feed accounts to Watch Feeds. Free users can only have 2 feed accounts.
Some Pro actions include: New Mastodon Post, Send to Instapaper, Send to Pocket, Send to Raindrop, Send to Tagpacker, Remind Me Later, and Translate.
Pro user: minimum 10 minutes refresh rate, maximum 20 subscribed feeds. Non-pro user: minimum 1 hour refresh rate, maximum 5 subscribed feeds.
Not an orange fan? Pro user can customize app color and loading indicator style. [Due to watchOS's limitation, you can't change the color of the titles]
Pro users can save unlimited amount of articles to their iPhone's Inbox using the `Send to iPhone` action. You can also save articles for offline reading!
Some experimental features include: show unlimited articles (for Inoreader, News Blur, BazQux Reader, and Feedbin's feeds) and unlock experimental actions.