FeedReader

FeedReader

Free
FeedReader keeps you updated with the latest news and articles from online
4.3  (15 votes)
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FeedReader is a popular application that provides you with the latest news and articles from your favorite websites and blogs. It’s a powerful syndicated Web content aggregation solution that not only delivers the latest information to you, but also lets you easily read and organize it.

This program supports both the RSS and Atom web feed formats. It also comes with a simple and easy-to-use interface that allows even beginners to use it without any problem. Handy notifications can be configured to pop up near the tray area every time a new feed is identified, providing you with a short description of that item. Though being simple and intuitive, it provides the users with a lot of options and many possibilities to control the way the feeds are retrieved. Most remarkable is the Intelliupdate feature that detects the updating frequency of each feed to scan for new items of that feed in the most effective manner. Manually choosing the update frequency for each feed item is possible. FeedReader offers comprehensive organization possibilities that let you store and categorize articles, podcasts and feeds in any way you like.

The different view modes or the advanced filtering and customization possibilities are just a few of many other more advantages that this program offers. The fact that it is also free completely explains why this powerful and feature-rich feed reader is one of the most widely-used tools of its kind.

Margie Smeer
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Review summary

Pros

  • Lets you easily organize and store the feeds and the articles.
  • The Intelliupdate feature.
  • Neat and intuitive interface.
  • It's free

Cons

  • None

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Bazo0ka

Bazo0ka Good programme after Google Reader being closed.

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