As more and more news contents get online, publishers are looking to push their RSS feeds, often without cost to most readers. The RSS standard is quite apt for dishing out information that is updated at a quick page. However to read the content you need to have a easy to use and proficient RSS reader which can include content links from different sites. Further a proficient tool will automatically draw out freshly published contain and give out relevant alerts. One of the most user friendly tools that I have come in this genre is the FeedLatest 1.0 application and it offers you the chance to access news subscriptions and individual blogs without getting into complex configuration changes.
Once you launch the FeedLatest 1.0 you would find before a compact yet functional interface laced with all standard features. All you need to do to add an source is just place in the URL. The application allows you to set how many feed from an source you would want to view at a time. Further it uses a tab based interface to showcase different sources. Also you can display a specific source from the top drop down menu. In the main screen the list of feeds from a specific source is displayed and when you click on one, the news summary is displayed in the right pane. You can customize the display by clicking on the Setting option which is present in the top left pane. However the application has certain limitations which are likely to contain its popularity. The absence of filter options and adjustable font sizes comes across as a dampener.
Overall the FeedLatest 1.0 performs its task of reading RSS feeds with aplomb and its capacity to handle numerous feeds and organize them earns it a score of two and half rating stars.