The emergence of web feed data format used for providing users with frequently updated content have benefited both publishers as well as readers. Publishers can syndicate their content such as blog entries, news headlines, audio, and video automatically. Likewise, readers or subscribers can get the updates from their favorite websites if the publishers have produced new content. If you are an avid web feed subscriber, particularly RSS feed, check out Tabbloid, which offers you an interesting way to read your RSS feeds.

Tabbloid is an absolutely free web-based service designed to turn your favorite RSS feeds into a personal PDF magazine or newspaper format. To use this service, basically you just need to go to Tabbloid, add in your feeds’ URL (single or multiple RSS feeds), and Tabbloid will do the rest for you. No registration or sign-up is required. You can either request Tabbloid to compile and convert your selected RSS feeds into a PDF file immediately or you can request the site to deliver the PDF file to you at a selected time. The page layout is quite neatly organized. However, it takes a bit longer to convert RSS feed to PDF if you choose multiple RSS feeds.