- Syncs with Google Reader.
- Ability to use offline.
- Caches images for offline reading.
- Rich yet very unobtrusive UI.
- Customizable services panels (save to Delicious, Twitter, Instapaper, etc).
- Ability to read a post with Instapaper or Google mobilizer for a cleaner, simplified experience.
- You can tell it how far back you want it to sync, days or months.
- When I get into the office from my commute into the city, Google Reader is all synced.
- To mark an item as read in list view, you just slide it to the right. Sliding it to the left stars it.
- When reading a post, you can either flip to the post before or after or use the next or previous buttons.
What is your favorite RSS reader for iPhone or iPad? And have you subscribed to the Incase RSS feed yet?
Calling all interweb trolls… y’all can commence the flame wars. Our comments are working again! This will mean we will start posting more frequent and introducing new bloggers. We’re taking over this blogosphere thing.
Did you listen to the exclusive mp3 that David Ryan Harris produced on his trusty 4 track for the Incase Blog?
And finally your moment of Zen with Tim.
We added a bunch of photos in our gallery. Peep it yo!
If you’re one of those dudes that keeps going back to sites (such as Incase, Uncrate, iLounge, etc etc) multiple times a day, hoping that something new has been posted, then you should really try out Newshutch.
Sign up for an account (it’s free, no software to download) and add your favorite sites. Everytime one of those sites posts something new, it will show up in Newshutch.
Several Incase nerds here in the office use it religiously.
We added a very simple method for the non RSS readers to stay updated about everything Incase. Just fill out your e-mail address and weï¿½ll send occasional emails regarding new products or updates. For instance when the New York Selection was launched, you would’ve been the first to know!
Also, we would like to ask you a few questions in a small survey. Don’t worry it’s completely anonymous and will not take longer than two minutes (maybe three it you’re a slow reader.)