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Open source podcast & RSS desktop app

Winds 2.0 is a beautiful Open Source podcast & RSS reader created by Stream. Free desktop apps are available for macOS, Linux and Windows.

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The Stream Blog
I love using RSS to follow the programming and tech news I care about. Unfortunately, the number of sites supporting RSS has been in rapid decline over the last few years. The reader ecosystem is slowly degrading as well. Facebook and Twitter's dominance is now delivering its final blow to the open standard of RSS.
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RSS Reader with filtering and sharing.

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NewsBlur is my secret weapon. I subscribe to hundreds of RSS feeds and then zero in on important articles by automatically filtering for certain keywords. I also read newsletters in NewsBlur instead of letting them pile up in my email inbox. It has eliminated so much noise from my life.
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Ht Nawsaj
Made and maintained by single person,including Android and iOS app support.
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Becky Pallack- product manager, Arizona Daily Star
There's a free version, but I pay for this because it's the best RSS reader. Great on desktop and phone.
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Free and open source feeds reader ☕

Looking for a simple and open feed reader?

Free, open source, easy to use, Sismics Reader is what you need to keep your feeds under control.

- Access all your RSS and Atom feeds in one central easy readable place.

- Sismics Reader can be installed in few steps on all major OS (Windows, MacOS, Linux).

- Import or export all your subscriptions and starred articles, from or to Sismics Reader.

- Tired of proprietary platform closing one after another (like Google Reader) ? Sismics Reader is Open Source, which means it will always be available.

- Find an old article with the fast and easy embedded search engine.

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