You'll find some Frequently Asked Questions below. If you don't find your question please contact us.
A: FeedsAnywhere presents feeds as a single stream of articles with minimal user interface clutter so the focus is on reading. Google Reader is designed primarily for large screens and doesn't provide a consistent interface for mobile devices.
Our FeedScore technology scans every article in your feeds to determine what is likely to be the most interesting to you. PostRank only tells you which feed items are most popular among all readers and is not personalized to match your preferences.
FeedsAnywhere can be used by any device with a web browser. My6Sense is an app and is limited to supported platforms.
A: Feeling buried by a mountain of unread feeds? FeedScore is our innovative way of digging through and choosing the most interesting stories, and it's all tailored to your individual tastes. When you save a story or click through to a website FeedScore learns a little bit about what you are interested in. It then takes that data and makes an educated choice about what else you'll want to read. If FeedScore picks something you don't like click the thumbs down icon and next time it will know better.
A: It can help, but information overload is not a completely technical problem and thus cannot be solved by technical means. FeedScore can help reduce the amount of time spent looking through feeds by showing you only those that are most likely to interest you.
A: The simple answer is FeedScore works like a Bayesian filter that is found in some anti-spam programs. Training is accomplished via a mixture of implicit and explicit commands. When entries are clicked or saved FeedScore assumes this implicit action signifies interest in the article. This saves the user from needing to manually train most articles. If an un-interesting article shows up in your interesting view click the thumbs down icon to tell FeedScore not to show you these types of articles in the future.
A: Go to the select a feed page and click on the feed you wish to unsubscribe from. In the menu at the bottom of the page you'll find an unsubscribe link.
A: When you click on the feed icon (located in the right side of the address bar) the feed is loaded in a new page. Here you are given a choice to subscribe as a live bookmark or to another feed reading service. You must be logged into FeedsAnywhere for this to work. Click this link to add FeedsAnywhere to Firefox's Feed Reader List.
A: With the FeedsAnywhere bookmarklet you can subscribe to the news feed of many web sites with a single click. Right click on +FeedsAnywhere and select "Bookmark This Link", "Add To Favorites", or the equivalent for your web browser. I place the bookmark in my bookmark/links toolbar. From now on click on the bookmark to subscribe to the news feed for the current page. You must be logged into FeedsAnywhere for this to work.
A: Pressing the '?' key will display a window that lists all of the available keyboard shortcuts.
A: FeedsAnywhere supports some basic swipe and pinch gestures. Here's a list.
swipe left: expands or collapses the item being swiped while in Title View
swipe right: marks the item read or unread
swipe diagonally from top left to bottom right: Mark Page Unread
swipe diagonally from top right to bottom left: Mark Page Read
swipe diagonally from bottom left to top right: Go to Previous Page
swipe diagonally from bottom right to top left: Go to Next Page
pinch open: increase the font size
pinch close: decrease the font size
Please note that the pinch gestures work in iOS, but they don't always in Android.