Miniflux is a minimalist feed reader written in the Go programming language.
The software is released under an open source license.
- Feed formats supported: Atom, RSS 1.0/2.0, RDF, and JSON.
- OPML import/export.
- Support multiple enclosures/attachments (Podcasts, videos, music, and images).
- Play videos from YouTube channels directly inside Miniflux.
- Fetch website icons (favicons).
- Save articles to third-party services.
- Internationalization support – available in Chinese, Dutch, English, French, German, Polish, and Russian.
- Remove pixel trackers.
- Fetch original links when the feed is coming from FeedBurner.
- Open external links with the attributes rel=”noopener noreferrer” referrerpolicy=”no-referrer”.
- Image proxy to avoid mixed content warnings with HTTPS.
- Play Youtube videos by using the domain youtube-nocookie.com.
- Fetch original article and returns relevant contents (Readability).
- Custom scraper rules based on CSS selectors.
- Custom rewriting rules.
- Stylesheet optimized for readability.
- Responsive design (works on desktop, tablet, and mobile devices).
- Doesn’t require to download an application from the App/Play Store.
- Keyboard shortcuts.
- Touch events on mobile devices.
- Themes (black and white).
- Send articles to Pinboard, Instapaper, Pocket, or Wallabag.
- Bookmarklet to subscribe to a website directly from any browsers.
- Use existing mobile applications to read your feeds by using the Fever API.
- REST API with clients written in Go and Python.
- Google (OAuth2).
- Cross-platform support – runs under under Linux (including multiple architectures, amd64, arm32v6, and arm64v8), and OpenBSD.Website: miniflux.app
Support: GitHub code repository
Developer: Frédéric Guillot and many contributors
License: Apache License 2.0
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