There seem to be no RSS readers that simply take the images from your feed and slap them in front of you.
I'm a very visual type of person, would rather look at stuff than read.
So I just came up with a quick concept. If someone wants to help me make it a reality.....
8 months ago
@UltraLinx I was thinking about this months ago, it would be great if achieved.
There's actually an app for this @UltraLinx, check out Ember. It's a little pricey and not as nice UI wise as this but does exactly what you want it to :-)
@Gustaf Zetterlund - I have used Ember. That app is mainly a clipping/curating app.
I want something that is small, quick to load and just does one task very efficiently - that's taking images from however many RSS feeds you like.
@UltraLinx Oh ok, because I know you can subscribe to RSS image feeds. But yeah, I too would love an RSS app like that :-)
I would definitely use it. Good job dude!
Very nice, so tempted to start coding this up as a web service just for kicks!
@Mike Buttery If you're up for it, we can collab!
Cool, btw check this http://www.niice.co/ it's not exactly what you want, but it's nice.
I might do this.
by Michael Grafenberger
I made a light-themed version of the "Vizhual" App made by UltraLinx.
I really like his rss-feed reader concept but I've changed some small things (don't be mad ;))
8 months ago
True, though Feedly tries to achieve this through their various viewports and tailoring the feed according to content. UltraLinx photos show up in a card UI view more often than not.
Great work! Let us know when it's live!
@UltraLinx so you are looking to collab with a dev? if I understand you correctly
7 months ago
Super clean, love the way that you shot your work
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