NetNewsWire is What's Good
NetNewsWire is the nicest RSS reading app for iOS and Mac
First released in 2002 ( you read that right), NetNewsWire is a classic Mac app built and maintained by Brent Simmons. NetNewsWire has a long history, but the app itself couldn't be more simple. This is the app that lets me drink straight from the Internet firehose, and I couldn't live without it.
Import the Private Library .OPML file into NetNewsWire
- NetNewsWire is What's Good
- Download NetNewsWire
- Import the Private Library .OPML file into NetNewsWire
- iOS (iPhone and iPad)
iOS (iPhone and iPad)
Step 1: Download the Private Library file to your iOS files app:
Login, access the Members Section, and download the latest version of the Private Library reading roster.
Make sure the file is saved to your iOS files app in a place you can remember.
Step 2: Install NetNewsWire from the App Store, then open it up on your phone. Follow its onboarding steps, then when you're done, tap the gear icon to open preferences.
Step 3: Under the "Feeds" subheading, tap on the "Import Subscriptions" button.
Step 4: Locate the Private Library OPML file.
The fastest way to do this is searching
goldsguide-privatelibrary-001 — the Files app will pull up the OPML file (see video)
Navigate to the folder location where you saved the file.
The "Recents" tab on the import menu may show the download as the most recent file (in the top left, make sure to check the time it was added below the filename).
Step 5: Let everything sync. Start reading.
Step 1: Install NetNewsWire from their website.
Step 2: Download the latest version of the Private Library from the Gold's Guide Members section.
Step 3: Open NetNewsWire and click
File > Import Subscriptions. Find the OPML file in your Downloads folder, double-click.
Step 4: Let everything sync. Start reading.