Alternatives to Google Reader for Linux with any license




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  • Rss-Aware icon


    It is a program written in python that uses notify-osd to notify you about updates to a website using it's rss feed and appindicator to let you access that post. ...

    Free Open Source Linux

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  • News - Nextcloud News Reader

    The News app is an extension to Nextcloud. Essentially it is an RSS/Atom feed aggregator and offers a RESTful API for app developers. There are several clients, also for...

    Free Open Source Linux Self-Hosted

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  • Smart RSS icon

    Smart RSS

    Smart RSS is an extension that clones (in a bit mutated way) RSS reader from Opera 12.

    Free Mac OS X Windows Linux Opera

    • Discontinued >>> NO LONGER MAINTAINED <<<
  • News icon


    News is a client in development for the web based RSS reader selfoss , using modern Gnome technologies.

    Free Open Source Linux selfoss

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  • BlogBridge icon


    BlogBridge is an open source Java-based feed aggregator. BlogBridge is aimed for those people who are subscribed to many feeds, including journalists, PR...

    Free Open Source Mac OS X Windows Linux

    • Discontinued Discontinued and unavailable: See
  • Feed Sidebar icon

    Feed Sidebar

    The Feed Sidebar is an extension for the Mozilla Firefox Web browser that displays the new items from your Live Bookmarks in the sidebar. It is intended to be a...

    Free Mac OS X Windows Linux Firefox

  • Fresh Reader icon

    Fresh Reader

    Fresh Reader is a web-based, server type RSS and Atom feed reader. You can download and install it into your server or PC, just extract the downloaded file to the...

    Free Personal Mac OS X Windows Linux

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    • Discontinued Fresh Reader was discontinued on September 2011, but it can be still downloaded from the official website.
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