Feeds is an RSS reader for Linux desktop built using GTK. Aadd an RSS feed and let the app fetch new articles. You can also save posts to read offline.
We roundup another batch of recent Linux releases, including updates to the Geary email client, Raven RSS reader and the latest Fedora 30 release.
Raven is a new open source RSS reader app for Windows, macOS and Linux that I’ve been eager to try out. This week I finally found some time to dig into this deliciously well designed […]
We take a look at the Liferea feed reader for Linux, show you how to install it on Ubuntu from a PPA, and ask if it's the best RSS reader available for Linux.
FeedTheMonkey is an open-source desktop feed reader for the open-source TinyTinyRSS service.
It’s been a little while since we last heard anything about News, a GTK RSS reader app for the GNOME desktop. But, a few weeks ago, the feed reader app’s developer shared a short video of how the […]
Firefox live bookmarks are a handy way to stay on top of the latest posts from your favourite websites (cough, cough), without needing to use a dedicated feed reading app or service like Feedly. They will certainly help you stay on top of […]
Time for our weekly round up of recent app updates that weren’t quite big enough to merit their own dedicated post If you’re averse to Electron apps you’re advised to look away now. If an app […]
A number of nifty Linux apps we’ve written about previously have shared some updates over the past few days. Rather than write about each of them individually we thought we’d round-up them up into one […]
On the look out for a clean, modern and open-source desktop RSS reader app for Linux? I know I am, so I was excited to come across Alduin. Alduin is a simple RSS (and Atom) feed aggregator that’s billed […]
Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Alright, so the app we’re highlighting today isn’t quite the binary version of an old newspaper seller. But it is a great way to have the latest news brought to you, […]
DesktopRSS app Lightread now supports two of the most popular 'read it later' services: 'Pocket' and 'Instapaper'. Both services, which claim to have some 5.5 million users between them, boast Kindle, Android, iOS and web apps that give its users on-the-go access to their stashed stories.