NewsFlash: A Modern Open-Source Feed Reader With Feedly Support

Some may choose to believe that RSS readers are dead but they8217re here to stay. Especially when you don8217t want the Big tech algorithm to decide what you should read. With a feed reader you can choose your own reading sources. .

I8217ve recently come across a fantastic RSS reader NewsFlash. It also supports adding feeds through web-based feed readers like Feedly and NewsBlur. That8217s a big relief because if you are already such a service you don8217t have to import your feeds manually.

NewsFlash happens to be the spiritual successor to FeedReader with the original developer involved as well.

In case you8217re wondering we8217ve already covered a list of Feed Reader apps for Linux if you8217re looking for more options.

It is important to note that NewsFlash isn8217t just tailored for web-based RSS feed accounts you can choose to use local RSS feeds as well without needing to sync them on multiple devices.


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