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Feeds is a desktop RSS reader for Linux. It doesn’t integrate or sync with a cloud-based service, but you can import a list of feeds via an .opml file.It is a clean and simple application to read the latest posts from your favourite websites.- Marks posts as read/unread- Save articles to read offline anytime- Filter articles by feed- Range of ‘read... read more
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Feeds About

Feeds is a desktop RSS reader for Linux. It doesn’t integrate or sync with a cloud-based service, but you can import a list of feeds via an .opml file.

It is a clean and simple application to read the latest posts from your favourite websites.

– Marks posts as read/unread
– Save articles to read offline anytime
– Filter articles by feed
– Range of ‘reader modes’, including web view
– Responsive design
– You can install GNOME Feeds from Flathub, the Flatpak app store. If you’re reading from Arch Linux you’ll find this app in the AUR. More Info »

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