Feed Hawk is no longer available as a standalone product. Its functionality is available in Unread’s Subscribe to Unread share sheet extension. If you downloaded Feed Hawk before and want to download it again, you can do so by following these instructions.
More information is available in this post.
Feed Hawk makes it easy to subscribe to the RSS feed of the website you are visiting. From within Safari, simply open a share sheet and tap Feed Hawk. Feed Hawk will find the feed for the site and subscribe to it. If the site has multiple feeds, Feed Hawk will allow you to specify the feeds to which you wish to subscribe.
The Feed Hawk extension works inside most browsers including Safari, Safari View Controllers, Google Chrome, and Marcato.
“Sometimes a simple, single-purpose utility makes all the difference. Feed Hawk by John Brayton of Golden Hill Software is exactly that type of app.”
–John Voorhees, MacStories
“I like iOS apps that patch a hole in my workflow, and Feed Hawk fits that bill.”
–Stephen Hackett, 512 Pixels
“Are you still using RSS? If you are (and you should be, as we’ll see in a moment), then you should use the Feed Hawk app on your iPhone and iPad.”
–Charlie Sorrel, Cult of Mac
Feed Hawk works with the following feed services:
- BazQux Reader
- Feed Wrangler
- The Old Reader
Feed Hawk also works with these self-hosted syncing systems:
- Fever: Requires an HTTPS server with a valid certificate and that the server be running Fever-Feed Hawk Adapter.
- tt-rss: Requires an HTTPS server with a valid certificate and a version of tt-rss from August 30, 2016, or later.