QuiteRSS: A Free Open-Source RSS Reader for Linux Desktop

Brief A lightweight open-source RSS reader for desktop Linux with all the essential features.

Personally I utilize services like Feedly to keep up with the latest happenings across the globe. But it is a web-based service offering some optional premium features that I may never require.

So I looked at some feed reader apps available for Linux and QuiteRSS seemed like an impressive solution as an alternative to web-based services.

In this article I8217m going to share a few key highlights about QuiteRSS along with my experience with it.

QuiteRSS is a quite useful open-source feed reader that is absolutely free and easy to use. Yes all you need to do is just grab the ULR of the feed and add it.

It has most of the essential features that you would expect from a standard desktop-based RSS reader. This includes offline reading. You can download articles of your choice in a click and read it later even if you are not connected to the internet.


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