After Google Reader closed a number of services started up to replace it.
One of them is InoReader, a RSS reader service which aggregated web content. The company has already released iOS and Android apps, and today announced the availability of a Windows Phone version of their app, which they say they have been working on for a while.
Using the app you can monitor news about specific keywords, save pages from the web for viewing later or subscribe to social feeds. It also features a powerful free search engine and full archive of your subscriptions, so finding content you liked in the past is easy.
Inoreader also keeps track of which items you’ve read, so you only see the unread items when you come back, even when you login on different devices.
The app does rely a lot on its web service, and to use it you need to sign up for an account, and adding feeds is also only possible via the web.
The app is nevertheless a great addition to the Windows Phone Store and can be found here.