I'VE USED INOREADER as my primary RSS reader ever since Google Reader slipped into the Dead Pool. Inoreader's elegant functionality boosts my ability to efficiently curate content.
For every major event I attend, I create a stream of content to read. Inoreader helps me accomplish this task and rewards me with very targeted information after a make an Inoreader folder containing relevant feeds. Inside this special Inoreader folder sits an assortment of feeds from websites, podcasts, Twitter, Instagram, Pinboard and YouTube. The Inoreader folder holds hashtagged content from the four main Twitter accounts I help manage. Over time, the Inoreader folder gets more intelligent, effectively surfacing business intelligence concerning the people and brands I know will attend the events I also sign up to see.
The newest iteration of the Android app rewards me with a better view of the content percolating into my custom-made folders. Redesigned magazine view with bigger thumbnails and а completely new card view lets me scan through photo blogs or news sites quicker and better. And Inoreader's dark theme is optimised for AMOLED screens, meaning I use less battery when using Inoreader on my Xperia Z5.
+++ Bernie Goldbach is a creative multimedia lecturer who reads more than he talks.