Charleston News Feeds

Charleston News Feeds

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RSS feed reader for Charleston, SC area news providers including:
- WCSC
- WCIV
- News 2
- The Post and Courier

Keep up-to-date with latest happenings in and around the Charleston, SC area.

- Select the 'Reader' tab for a presentation of the current feed's items.
- Select the 'Feeds' tab for a list of selectable feeds from various sources.
- Select the 'Favorites' tab for a list of your stored favorites.
- Select the 'Settings' tab to view and edit preferences.

Press and hold any feed item, feed, or favorite for additional options.

Feed items can be opened in your browser, and they can also be shared. A given feed can be set as the feed to be shown at startup, and it can be added to your 'Favorites' list.

Feed items previously loaded over 1 hour prior may be hidden by using the 'Hide Older' menu, and hiding older feed items can be the default through checking the corresponding 'Settings' tab item.

Wolf Mountain Apps has no affiliation with the feed providers. All trademarks, logos, and copyrights are the property of their respective owners. We do our best to present the feeds with sufficient fidelity, so please contact us if you believe our feed presentation has errors.

Recently changed in this version

v1.3
- Modified advertising handling to prevent multiple ads in a row.


Comments and ratings for Charleston News Feeds
  • (70 stars)

    by Wayne Mitchum on 24/01/2014

    To the point

  • (70 stars)

    by Frank D. Antonucci on 13/01/2014

    The best app out there to keep abreast of Charleston news. Pulls feeds from local TV & newspaper sites. Easy to use & to customize. A winner!

  • (70 stars)

    by Darioush H. on 29/10/2013

    Much better alternative than the other app that now charges monthly.