I have been a Fiery Feeds user for a little over three years now. The app has been evolving remarkably well since 2013 and continues to add improvements with every update. Today’s release (v1.9) adds full support for the BazQux Reader — the feed sync service that’s slowly and steadily getting more attention, and wallabag — the self-hosted read-it-later service. This release also adds support for on-demand preview images supplied by the server as well as a bunch of other improvements.
Fiery Feeds is available Free on the App Store with a $4.99 IAP to unlock Premium features. This free version of the app was released in October 2016 and the original paid app was renamed to Fiery Feeds Premium.