If you like saving specific blog posts to PDF for later reading, then you should check out Feed2PDF. This simple web application browses through RSS feeds and generates a beautiful PDF file for you to read posts using your e-book apps like iBooks or another PDF reader.
Using this tool is very easy. To start, just copy and paste a feed URL. Feed2PDF will then retrieve the content of the feed based on the number of items that you set. You can retrieve as many 20 items or as many as the RSS feed allows. You can then get a PDF version of each post or download a merged PDF file for the whole lot.
Feed2PDF essentially allows you to create e-books from compiled posts for you to read at your leisure. The typography is slick with a very clean layout. While it won’t replace RSS readers, PDF can be more useful if you want to share them, read them on your tablet as e-books, or print the compiled posts quickly.
- Free; no sign-up required.
- Read your RSS feeds in PDF format.
- Compile multiple posts to create your RSS e-book.
- Retrieve as many as 20 items.
- Full-entry feed or partial-entry feed depending on the RSS feed.
- Similar tool: RSS2PDF.org.