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Tiny Tiny RSS is an open source web-based news feed (RSS/Atom) reader and aggregator, designed to allow you to read news from any location, while feeling as close to a real desktop application as possible. Server-side AJAX-powered application, user only needs a web browser Free software, licensed under GNU GPL Supports Official Android client Join our forums or Google+ community if you have any questions or comments. Please read this before reporting bugs or submitting patches: SubmittingBugs Author: Andrew Dolgov
Parmi les nombreux agrégateurs de flux RSS disponible sur le web, il est aujourd’hui difficile de faire la distinction entre les spécificités de chacun. Cadde-réputation vous propose alors une (petite) liste, en mettant en avant leurs points forts et leurs points faibles…Choisissez votre lecteur pour mettre en oeuvre votre veille! Awasu
From the simplified app, where the focus lies more on just reading, to the RSS reader on steroids with just about everything you could need to read, share, and save the latest online stories. Here are 6 apps that you should take a look at if you are considering changing your RSS reader on your iPad . The Feed The Feed syncs with Google Reader, making it easy to keep up with your subscriptions, but it is not a feature heavy app.
by Adam Pash Click to view Google Reader is one helluva feed reader, but unless you've spent a little time digging into the documentation, you probably aren't taking full advantage of what it has to offer. Today, I'm going to show you the ins and outs of Google's powerful newsreader, with an emphasis on Reader's powerful and time-saving keyboard shortcuts. To round things off, I'll finish up with some of my favorite Google Reader-related tweaks and downloads to get you up to speed with the best newsreader on the planet.