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Watch Feeds

Watch Feeds is an independent app for your Apple Watch. With Watch Feeds, you can browse your RSS feeds right on your watch, without your iPhone nearby.

You Control Your Feeds:
Watch Feeds gives you complete control over your feeds. You can read any articles from the site that interest you and or you can unsubscribe them whenever you want.

Download via Wifi or LTE:
Watch Feeds can fetch articles via Wifi or LTE, without your iPhone nearby. It will also cache the feed contents and allow you to continue reading even when you don't have an internet connection.

Always Stay Up to Date:
Unlike other news apps, Watch Feeds not only shows you the headlines! Most of the websites will automatically provide you with an excerpt or summary. However, if you want to read more, Watch Feeds will fetch the full article content for you.

Image Viewer:
Watch Feeds will automatically find the image from the article. If you want to see the details of the image, simply tap the image and zoom in with Digital Crown.

Search and Add Feeds:
Discover interesting feeds with Watch Feeds. Discover new feeds by country and category. Or use the text field to search feeds.

Read When You Have Time (iPhone app requires):
Found an interesting article? Simply press the screen firmly and send it to your iPhone! This allows you to find them easily and read them together when you're tied up by the clock.

Notifications & Complications:
Stay connected! Watch Feeds will send you notifications and complications refresh to make sure you never miss the important news!

Actions (iPhone app & Pro unlock requires):
Actions allow you to share/save an article within your watch! Currently, Watch Feeds supports the following actions:
Send to My Email
Share via Message
Save to Instapaper
Save to Pocket
Send to Twitter

Watch Feeds supports the following syncing services:
The Old Reader
BazQux Reader
You can also use Local (Use without syncing) or Sync Read (A very simple syncing service that requires Sign in with Apple)
Kevin Guan