Gratis and/or open source web feeds for web and/or Android, separated according to whether they have or they don't have export and/or import capabilities, plus Thunderbird, which works on desktop.
Free email application that’s easy to set up and customize - and it’s loaded with great features!.
Other services which can't import/export feeds but are still interesting and open source.
TTRSS-Reader is a client application for the project Tiny Tiny RSS , a PHP-based online feedreader which runs on your own webspace. If you want to host your own feedreader, want a cross-device-solution and don't want to use Google Reader this is your app! TTRSS-Reader offers automatic update on startup, filtering articles by status and efficient browsing through categories and the virtual categories "Fresh", "Starred" and "Published Articles" as well as Labels which you can define by yourself. You can browse the articles offline when they have been synchronized before and the ImageCache can be used to pre-load all included images from the articles too.
Google Reader inspired self-hosted RSS reader, based on JAX-RS, Wicket and AngularJS.
Deploy on your own server (using TomEE, a lightweight JavaEE6 container based on Tomcat) or even in the cloud for free on OpenShift.
Feedbin is a modern web reader to follow websites, Twitter feeds and email newsletters in one place.
Rivulet is a simple way to get content in one place from all over the web. Like Google Reader, it loads web feeds (RSS and Atom) and displays them to the user. But, Rivulet is simpler and easier to use. Rivulet is a "River of News" that makes users focus on reading instead of managing their feeds.
Newspipe is a web news aggregator and reader.
Newspipe is written in Python. The core technologies are Flask, asyncio and SQLAlchemy.
An open source RSS news reader to help you discover, track and manage only the content you care about. Getting better every week and made with ? in NYC.
Displays a sidebar that lets you manage your RSS feeds in a folder tree view in Firefox 57+.
A "Legacy" theme is available to have look close to "Sage".
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