Replying to: dominikhoecht microblog.dominikhoecht.com

@dominikhoecht I, too, ended up with Inoreader. At a time in my life when I couldn't afford extras, Feedly changed their offereings and the free tier did not support my level of usage any longer. Inoreader wasn't as limiting. So, when I was in a position to support the services I use, Inoreader earned my business. But from an application perspective, I have been using Reeder on devices--with Inoreader as the synchronization service.

Hjalmer Duenow @hjalm