FeedPress is the most reliable alternative to FeedBurner.
This WordPress plugin automatically handles feeds redirections to your FeedPress feeds the easiest way.
Additionally, every time you publish a new article, a ping is sent to FeedPress to automatically update the feed in realtime.
- Now pings every configured feeds when publishing a new post.
- Remove use of anonymous function feature that is not available with old PHP versions.
- Automatic syncing of your feed URLs and hostnames.
- Autonomous checks for any feed redirection error.
- Better way of adding custom feed redirections (tags, categories, URls).
- Changed the static slug on plugin links.
- Added a setting to disable responsive images in feeds summaries.
- Handling link to settings for 2.7 and 2.8+ versions.
- Added a link to settings in plugins.php page.
- Fixed a redirection bug when the “Do not redirect not configured category or tag feeds” setting was checked.
- Added a redirect=false mode to avoid feed redirections.
- Fixed a display bug with custom hostnames feeds.
- Small bugfix on feed creation alias.
- Small bugfix that could have prevented some custom URLs to redirect.
- Double checking variables to avoid some PHP errors.
- Changed the wording on “Do not redirect any feed” setting.
- The transparent setting now works even with the “Do not redirect” setting.
- WordPress 3.7 compatibiliy.
- Removed extra taxonomy.
- Another side effect fix of the WP Http class. Sorry about that.
- Better error handling with WP Http class.
- Got rid of cURL, using WP Http class instead. Much more stable.
- You can now redirect custom URL paths to FeedPress feeds.
- Fixed a bug preventing the tag and category redirect delete.
- You can now specify a distinct redirection for each category and tag.
- New name!
- Added transparent mode: The feed is not redirected to FeedPress but requests are still reported.
- Resolves some caching issues as well, and debug mode.
- Trying to resolve some caching issues with the template_redirect action.
- The plugin now deletes all of its settings when the user disconnects from FeedPress.
- Now supports custom hostnames.
- Fixed a bug that prevented the plugin to work on some shared hosting.
- Cosmetic changes. You can now use a standalone account in addition to Twitter.
- You can now create the feed directly within the plugin.
- First version. Enjoy!