Feedreader, Liferea, and Thunderbird are three of the most popular desktop RSS readers for Linux, but now there’s a new option on the scene.
GNOME Feeds app is simple, no-frills desktop RSS reader for Linux systems. It doesn’t integrate or sync with a cloud-based service, like Feedly or Inoreader, but you can import a list of feeds via an
“Power” users of RSS feeds will likely find that GNOME Feeds a little too limited for their needs. But the lean feature set is, arguably, what will make this app appeal to more casual users.
GNOME Feeds offer up a clean, clutter-free way to read the latest posts from your favourite websites. Just add a feed using the in-app option and, as new posts are published, they’ll filter through to the app.
- Marks posts as read/unread
- Save articles to read offline anytime
- Filter articles by feed
- Range of ‘reader modes’, including web view
- Responsive design
still waiting on Raven (an open source Electron app) to add support for Feedly (it currently supports Inoreader)