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Need a new RSS feed reader. Suggestions?

Discussion in 'General' started by EddyQ, May 1, 2020.

  1. EddyQ

    EddyQ J̶us͜t ͡a͠ Č̘͚̲̝̟̞ͪͪͅa̜̖̞̥̘͙ͯ̓͐ͮ̾͛t̯̯͔̟͐͗̊͝

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    I was using the "RSS feed reader" extension for chrome, but today they issued the limit of 100 feeds for free version. Even after deleting the defunct ones, I still have over two hundred links there. Now, I've been browsing for a while now and got quite a bit frustrated. "Feedly", for example, doesn't really get QQ RSS links. Local extensions that work off browser overload forums.
    So, what do you use, and what can you suggest.

    Edit: Oh, and the Feedly also has this 100 feed limit. Great
     
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  2. UrsaTempest

    UrsaTempest Yuri Fanatic, Archivist

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    I use Brief. Dunno if they got Chrome version.

    I used to use Tiny Tiny RSS hosted on my server, but it doesn't quite work out.

    Fraidycat is interesting RSS Reader of sort, but it only retrieve headlines, not the content. Might be usable in your case, though.
     
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