Web-based news feed aggregator, designed to allow you to read news from any location, while feeling as close to a real desktop application as possible.
Free • Open Source
Software as a Service (SaaS)
What is Tiny Tiny RSS?
Tiny Tiny RSS is an open source web-based news feed (RSS/Atom) reader and aggregator, designed to allow you to read news from any location, while feeling as close to a real desktop application as possible.
- Server-side AJAX-powered application, user only needs a web browser. - Free software, licensed under GNU GPLv3. - Self-hosted: control your own data and protect your privacy instead of depending on a cloud service which may be discontinued at any moment. - Supports * feed aggregation / syndication, * keyboard shortcuts, * OPML import/export, * multiple ways to share stuff: via RSS feeds, using plugins to various social sites, sharing by URL, etc, * sharing arbitrary content through tt-rss, * internationalization, * Plugins and themes, * detecting and filtering duplicate articles, * podcasts, * flexible article filtering, * JSON-based API, * and much more… - Official Android client
Tiny Tiny RSS is OUTSTANDING for the most part but it does have some issues that people should know about before using it. 1. The Developer & Support Team for Tiny Tiny RSS are jackasses, plain and simple. If you report something they disagree with then they will mock you and insult you. You have been warned. (example: http://tt-rss.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=2698 ) 2. TT-RSS is NOT for the novice user. You will need to have some experience with servers or at least web servers. 3. TT-RSS works as a local RSS reader but is MUCH better as a cloud option but you will need a server for this. 4. Android App ONLY works for people who have it working in a server setup. 5. Shared Hosting accounts are NOT supported. If you do not have a VPS or a Dedicated server then there is a chance that they will not bother helping if you need support. TT-RSS will actually work on a shared hosting account as that is how I am running it but they will probably not help someone using shared hosting. It is possible that they might but unlikely. With all of that said, TT-RSS is pretty freaking awesome project and I still use it. _[Edited by Visuex, March 08]_