Not that RSS readers are rare on Symbian, but I'd always welcome a little more choice. Especially when a whole new UI is introduced. The oddly named naReeder (a bastardisation of 'not another Reader') is a QML-written application that brings a swipe-in, swipe-away feed list and controls. Screenshots below, see what you think!
Here's naReeder in action:
A colourful splash screen gives away to a two-part interface - the swipeable, pre-populated feed list can be swiped left to make it disappear, and then swiped right to make it reappear and to enlarge it. In the background, there's the list of articles in the currently selected feed.
A token help screen overlays tips, though I found this could get 'stuck', rather confusingly; (right) at the bottom of the feed list is an 'Add feed' button...
Adding AAS (shame on the developer for not including this in the initial list?!) the old-fashioned way, via the explicit feed URL; (right) AAS, safely ensconced in the feed list.
Tapping on an article in a feed brings it up full-screen, together with images and an attempt at grabbing content from the linked article in addition to whatever's actually in the RSS feed. All very white, by the way, there's no AMOLED-friendly dark option here, somewhat disappointingly.