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Import and create new subscriptions
People tend to approach RSS readers in one of two ways: with a blank sheet, looking for recommendations, or with a big bunch of existing RSS subscriptions that they want to import.
Breaking doesn’t import feeds; it starts with a screen urging you to add some websites. Its handful of feed suggestions are labelled with buttons that aren’t in English.
Daily comes with suggested feeds and can import feeds that have been exported from another reader or service in the OPML format. Pulp comes with a list of useful feeds, but if you don’t like them it’s easy enough to customise the pages and their contents and to add more.
Leaf, NetNewsWire and ReadKit all assume that you know what you’re doing here, with OPML import from other apps or services and in the case of NetNewsWire, import from the previous version of the app. Cleverly ReadKit also doubles as a reader for services such as Instapaper and Pocket, so things you’ve saved in those services will appear in ReadKit.
Breaking’s add/remove buttons aren’t in English. Not a very impressive start.