Sunstroke for iPad

Google Reader is dying. It is sad to see the service go but Google was not innovating in this space a whole lot anyway. There are going to be a number of decent options available for folks who still want to continue consuming content using a RSS reader. Fever is a versatile script that lets you create your own Google Reader service. You just need a server and the right environment to set it up. SunStorke for iPad allows you to read your Fever updates on your tablet.


Sunstroke is a universal application. It will work just fine on iPhones and iPads. It supports the most popular Fever features such as Hot Links, Saved Items, Groups, and sorting. The design is quite clean. You can share your content on Facebook and Twitter. Instagram and Pocket are also supported. Image caching and background syncing are offered too.


Sunstroke does require you to have Fever set up before using it. You need to make sure you have the right environment to run Fever as smoothly as possible. Overall, this is a pretty decent app to use once Google Reader goes away.

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