Welcome to Cappuccino—your inbox for news—available for iPad, iPhone, and Mac.
Cappuccino is a full-featured newsreader that focuses on delivering the news you want, the way you want. Check all your favorite news and blogs in one place with Cappuccino. Or create your own Press Release of news from specific sites, delivered to your email daily or even hourly! Think of it as a newsletter by and for you.
Cappuccino also has rich Push Notifications for all devices, an expanding Discovery section to find new sites to read, adding sites directly from Safari, and your news feeds all sync via your iCloud account, including the read/unread status of articles.
**Cappuccino features at a glance**
- Read all your news and blogs in one place
- Mute a site right from a notification
- Discover new sites based on what you read
- Share articles with friends, coworkers, and other apps with the iOS share sheet
- Easily add new sites from a browser with Cappuccino’s app extension
Cappuccino Premium is an auto renewable subscription:
- Create and delivers to you a daily mail with summary of a your specificified sources
- Push notifications of selected sources
- Set your Press Release to deliver at a specific time daily
- Visual Themes Selection and Dark mode
- Will unlock iOS nad Mac so need to be purchased just once
$0.99 monthly, $9.99 annually
Price may vary by location. Subscriptions will be charged to your credit card through your iTunes account. Your subscription will automatically renew unless canceled at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. You will not be able to cancel the subscription once activated. Manage your subscriptions in Account Settings after purchase. Any unused portion of a free trial period, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription.
Terms of Service: http://cappuccinoapp.com/termsofservice
The applications Cappuccino was published in the category News on 2018-05-07 and was developed by Nebula SRL. The file size is 41.38 MB. The current version is 1.0.12 and works well on 11.0 and high ios versions.
Doesn’t sync from iPhone to Mac
Tried all the RSS readers. But this one is among the very best, and I love the stripped down functionality and great UI. Very easy to navigate. Please add a “reader” function when the full article is brought up from the web; web and reader choices would a fifth star.
The premium app fails to save my selections on iOS, and fails to sync across to macOS. This would be my third time selecting sources Also, the formatting of the push notifications I'd describe as sloppy at best. All sorts of clutter symbols show up for many of the sources. Then the sources don't save for me. 2 stars only because the concept is fantastic and I'm looking forward to the interface updates. Pro-rating my premium subscription would be appreciated.
Can’t view list of articles. Only full articles one at a time. No apparent option to mark unread. No help documentation, e.g. to describe the force touch option to star. The third screenshot appears to be fake. I can not locate any such functionality in the app.
The UI is really nice, but you can’t read full articles, even for the sites that support Full-RSS.
Can’t seem to add my own feeds and if I can it’s not obvious. I don’t need a listing of news I get already on the Apple News app. Don’t get the purpose of this.
I didn’t see any way to search for new feeds or add my own url (only browse their directory). There’s no article listing; each shows up full screen and you flip between them. The hiding of the status bar on iPhone X prevents you from having any idea what time it is or how long you’ve been reading. I’m not sure who this app is targeted at, but it’s not a long-term RSS feed reader like me.
1. Can’t import existing feeds from anywhere (like Feedly, for example) ... you take their choice or you manually add feeds one by one. 2. Can’t change their layout to be more headline-dense. Or in any way at all. 3. Subscriptions nets you changing themes and self-spamming emails. Even at a buck a month, this is a ludicrous ask. Not impressed, particularly in light of many good non-subscription (or free) competitors. Might check back in a few versions, but ... other than the subscription, I’m not seeing anything that makes this product stand out from the crowd.
Cannot search for source. Major sources missing. Multiple sources with spelling errors including a couple of news category names. This is very beta and very plain-looking with multiple inaccuracies. I can’t believe they released this app in its current state. Solicited by Airmail app developer who should be more concerned with fixing issues in their email app.
Lacks in so many areas that I can’t force myself to continue using for more than a couple minutes. Who curated the list of news websites? Why can’t I search for a specific website? Why does an article preview need to take up the entire screen? I fail to see how this iOS version compares at all to the inbox view on Mac OS.