Fiery Feeds allows you to add custom URL schemes to share articles to other apps since version 1.3. When you go to Settings > Sharing > URL Actions you’ll get a list of a predefined apps that support URL actions, but because I can’t add every app, you can also define your own by hitting the add button and define your own action.

The protocol is used the check if a url of this sort could even be opened (if the requested app is installed); the actions is not displayed in the sharing sheet if this check fails.


You can also define your own email templates, including recipients. You could for example create a email template for OmniFocus’ Mail Drop.



Fiery Feeds is a reader for power users and while I’ve tried to add an obvious way (e.g button) for every important action, there are a lot of gestures in Fiery. Some of them more discoverable, some less so.

Accounts List
Pull to refresh all accounts

Folder and Feeds List
Pull to refresh current account
Swipe left / right to switch between starred / unread / all
Swipe from the left edge to go back

Item List
Pull to refresh current account
Swipe left / right to switch between sort by date / feed
Swipe left on an article to mark it read / unread
Swipe right on an article show more options (star, share article, mark above or below as read)

Article View
Swipe left / right to switch between articles
Swipe from the left edge to go back
Tap and hold an image to view it larger
Tap and hold a link to open sharing options
3 Finger swipe up / down to change brightness
2 Finger swipe to scroll in elements (such as preformatted code)

Browser View
Swipe from the left edge to go back
3 Finger swipe up / down to change brightness

Image View
Double Tap to zoom the image
Single Tap to display options
Long press the image to display the menu (copy, share, save)
Flick the image up or down to close the view

Keyboard Shortcuts

And since iOS 7 makes it easy to add new keyboard shortcuts I’ve also added a bunch of those in version 1.1.3. These only work when an external keyboard is connected to your iPhone or iPad.

Account List

1,space Select 1st account
2 Select 2nd account
3 Select 3rd account
4 Select 4th account
5 Select 5th account
r Refresh all

Main List

a Show all
u Show unread
s Show saved
r Refresh Account
f Full Refresh Account
Space Open first element
esc, b Back

Item List

Shift+m Mark all read
esc,b Close List
Space Open first article

Article View

Right, Down, k, Space Previous Article
Left, Up, j Next Article
s Toggle Starred
v Open in Browser
m,r Toggle Read
t,s Share Item
esc,b Close Article
f Fullscreen (iPad)

Browser View

Right Go to Next Page
Left Go to Previous Page
r Refresh Page
m Toggle Mobilizer
t,s Share Page
esc,b Close Browser
f Fullscreen (iPad)

Fiery Feeds 1.1 is the first major update for Fiery Feeds (previously Fiery RSS, but who can resist an alliteration like that). Additionally Fiery Feeds now features a new, more distinctive icon.

This is really more a Snow Leopard than a Leopard release. The big user facing new features are support for MnmlRdr, Feed Wrangler and Feedly, but for the most part it’s about the improvements under the hood and a lot of bug fixes.

Syncing with Feedbin or Fever is a lot faster. Syncing with Feedbin is down from 30 seconds to 3-4 seconds in my tests (this really depends on your wireless connection though) and I’ve rewritten the main interface on the iPad and managed to get the animations as wonderfully smooth, as one would expect them to be (finally).

See the full changelog or take a look at Fiery’s new page.