RSS News Reader Bulletin Uses AI to Help Summarize Articles, Improve Clickbait Headlines

The RSS reader uses AI in a number of ways for you to better find and read news on the internet.

First up, choose a Smart Summary for all articles in your feed to save time reading all of the headline. And in a specific article, the same technology can show you an AI-powered summary of the content.

Another great use of AI is that the app can improve article headlines to help minimize the usual clickbait found on some sites.

The app also has a number of other great features like the ability to read articles out loud, widgets, push notifications, and a number of custom settings to help optimize your reading experience.

Bulletin is a free app available to download on the App Store now.

You can access the app on the iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch, Apple TV, and new Apple Vision Pro.

To unlock all of the app’s features, you’ll need a subscription. There are three different options. You can pay $3.99 per month, $14.99 per year, or $44.99 for the lifetime of the app.

Subscribers can view unlimited smart summaries, improve an unlimited amount of article titles with AI and view an unlimited amount of articles from curated categories and custom imported feeds.

I’ve been using Bulletin for around a week in a beta version, and it’s really done a nice job being summarize the most important part of an article. While, just like any RSS reader, it does take some work to customize it, make sure to give it a look.

Using the app on the Apple TV and Apple Watch has been great, something not usually found with an RSS reader.

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