FeedReader – RSS client for various webservices

FeedReader is a modern desktop application designed to complement existing web-based RSS accounts.

It combines all the advantages of web based services like synchronization across all your devices with everything you expect from a modern desktop application.

The software is released under an open source license.

Features include:

  • Supports the following services: FeedHQ, Feedbin, freshRSS, Local RSS, The Old Reader, Nextcloud News, InoReader, BazQux, feedly, and Tiny Tiny RSS.
  • Consistent article formatting.
  • Highly customizable.
  • Sidebar themes.
  • Desktop notifications
  • Print articles.
  • Quick search functionality.
  • Share articles with Twitter, Telegram, and by email.
  • Add tags to keep tracks of articles. Create tags to categorize and sort articles.
  • Listen to podcasts right from within FeedReader.
  • Keyboard shortcuts.
  • Uses Gumbo to parse HTML. Gumbo is an HTML5 parsing library in pure C99.
  • Feedbin plugin.
  • Image viewer.
  • Save images.
  • Offline mode.
  • HiDPI support.
  • Full-screen mode.
  • Import OPML files.
  • Internationalization support.
  • Available as a Flatpak.

Website: jangernert.github.io/FeedReader
Support: GitHub code repository
Developer: Jan Lukas Gernert and many contributors
License: GNU General Public License v3.0

FeedReader
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