Ask HN: What are you using for a RSS Reader?

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  • yarr

    yet another rss reader

  • InfluxDB

    Power Real-Time Data Analytics at Scale. Get real-time insights from all types of time series data with InfluxDB. Ingest, query, and analyze billions of data points in real-time with unbounded cardinality.

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  • n8n

    Free and source-available fair-code licensed workflow automation tool. Easily automate tasks across different services.

    I have a Raspberry Pi running Miniflux [1] and a daemon running to send webhooks [2]. These webhooks go to an n8n [3] workflow that distributes the posts based on keywords or source to different channels - like Telegram, Twitter (my own feeds), and a custom made notifications app I'm developing.

    [1]: https://miniflux.app

    [2]: https://sr.ht/~gjabell/mfn/

    [3]: https://n8n.io

  • Miniflux

    Minimalist and opinionated feed reader

    I have a Raspberry Pi running Miniflux [1] and a daemon running to send webhooks [2]. These webhooks go to an n8n [3] workflow that distributes the posts based on keywords or source to different channels - like Telegram, Twitter (my own feeds), and a custom made notifications app I'm developing.

    [1]: https://miniflux.app

    [2]: https://sr.ht/~gjabell/mfn/

    [3]: https://n8n.io

  • Feeder

    I use Feeder [0], downloaded from fdroid.

    [0]: https://gitlab.com/spacecowboy/Feeder

    Sadly, I accumulate much more feeds than I read. Just like podcasts. I subscribe to too much of them. Download a lot of episodes, and I do not listen to them at all.

    Does anyone know how to prioritize?

  • news

    :newspaper: RSS/Atom feed reader

    I'm using Nextcloud already and that has an officially supported RSS daemon app[1]. I mainly use it with this really good Android client[2] (that's on F-Droid) that supports connecting to it (and Miniflux it appears, which I noticed a bunch of mentions in this thread of).

    [1] https://github.com/nextcloud/news

    [2] https://github.com/bubelov/news

  • news

    Feed Reader and Podcast Player for Android (by bubelov)

    I'm using Nextcloud already and that has an officially supported RSS daemon app[1]. I mainly use it with this really good Android client[2] (that's on F-Droid) that supports connecting to it (and Miniflux it appears, which I noticed a bunch of mentions in this thread of).

    [1] https://github.com/nextcloud/news

    [2] https://github.com/bubelov/news

  • SaaSHub

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  • FeedReader

    Modern desktop application designed to complement existing web-based RSS accounts. (by 39aldo39)

  • bubo-rss

    An irrationally minimalist, static feed reader (RSS, Atom, JSON) you can instantly deploy on Netlify, Glitch or your own server.

    I use https://kevinfiol.com/reader/

    It's a personal fork of Bubo Reader by George Mandis. It's essentially just a Node.js script that fetches the latest stories from some RSS feeds I have stored in JSON, and then deploys a static site to Github Pages as a single HTML file. I use Github Actions to have it automatically run every 2 hours.

    Bubo Reader: https://github.com/georgemandis/bubo-rss

    My fork: https://github.com/kevinfiol/reader

  • reader

    personal instance of https://github.com/kevinfiol/rss-reader (by kevinfiol)

    I use https://kevinfiol.com/reader/

    It's a personal fork of Bubo Reader by George Mandis. It's essentially just a Node.js script that fetches the latest stories from some RSS feeds I have stored in JSON, and then deploys a static site to Github Pages as a single HTML file. I use Github Actions to have it automatically run every 2 hours.

    Bubo Reader: https://github.com/georgemandis/bubo-rss

    My fork: https://github.com/kevinfiol/reader

  • elfeed

    An Emacs web feeds client

  • feedo

    An RSS/Atom feed reader that runs on your laptop or on almost any free hosting provider or server.

    Yet another shameless plug of my feed reader side project: https://github.com/msurdi/feedo

    Not many features, and nothing super special, but I use it daily since I started it and works fine for myself. I'm also trying to make it as easy as possible to run, either on your own laptop or on any hosting provider.

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