Feedo is a No-Go.
June 6, 2007 8:18 PM   Subscribe

Are there any worthwhile competitors to Feedo?

I'm in the process of building A Thing and one of the features I'd like is a rolling series of headlines from a variety of RSS feeds related to a particular topic, formatted nicely. Feedo seems like it'd be perfect (small, fast, easy to configure with a nice selection of skins, and cheap) except for a simple problem: they can't straighten out their login system long enough for me to start an account, give them my money, and start using it. This, of course, fails to fill me with any sort of confidence.

So: spending up to $20 a month or so, what services out there offer something similar? (And don't say "Build it yourself." I'm aware of my technical shortcomings, thankyouverymuch.)
posted by beaucoupkevin to Computers & Internet (5 answers total) 3 users marked this as a favorite
RSS To HTML - How To Convert RSS Feeds Into Published Web Pages - A Mini-Guide

I would read it all, but at least scroll down to the middle to find some other services.
posted by B(oYo)BIES at 8:27 PM on June 6, 2007

Peter Cooper's FeedDigest.
posted by Aloysius Bear at 12:34 AM on June 7, 2007

Response by poster: Sadly, FeedDigest asks for too much money up front and doesn't go as high as I'd like with the number of feeds (somewhere in the neighborhood of 300-400). It's certainly a nice-looking service, though.
posted by beaucoupkevin at 8:28 AM on June 7, 2007

posted by timory at 10:56 AM on June 7, 2007

Response by poster: Not quite, Timory. I fiddled with it last night and it's not designed to be implemented the way I'd like.
posted by beaucoupkevin at 11:14 AM on June 7, 2007

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