Букмекерские rss каналы

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RSS: что это такое, как работает и как им пользоваться

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  1. Sergey Nosov

    Thunderbird also can be used as RSS-reader.

  2. Njul

    I highly discourage using any of those (except maybe Liferea but its not even that good anyway).
    What about Akregator? Its really good.
    A good option for Chrome: The RSS Aggregator

  3. Willdrick

    I really loved using RSS aggregators when I had dial up. It was a great way to download everything and disconnect again. The problem Ive encountered over the years and now is barely useless is that most RSS feeds just list a title and a snippet of the article, so itts not as useful as it was berfore.
    Do you know of any service or scrubber that would just grab the whole content? I used to have a service called Readability that would send me the whole articles pre-formatted to read on my Kindle but they are gone now.

  4. Vegard Fjeldberg

    I heard about rss, but I never cared to look into it.

  5. A. Hutsona

    Really like Liferea. Seems to be very feature rich. Im going go give it a try.

  6. Ivor OConnor

    Feedly is like a black hole. Trying to export your information to an opml is not obvious. They have lots of paid for options. However it does not appear to be possible without a paid account.

    Trying to use Feedly on an android phone is too gimicky for me. The UI is far more complicated than I want to figure out.

    Ideally I would like something like liferea if it worked on both linux and android.

    You did not mention QuietRSS. It appears to work quite similar to Liferea. Maybe blam should be replaced with QuietRSS.

  7. Frédéric Vachon

    Newsbeuter is a nice one for those who like to use the terminal. As a gui application, FeedReader is great too (this one: I would love to see an alternative to feedly; I love newsbeuter but I really would like to synchronize my feeds and especially read/unread articles on my android devices.

  8. Nodetics Solutions

    Filter out the noise and GET the best RSS feed reader (built-in rule engine for filtering, full feed engine, social media plugins): Feedbro at nodetics.com/feedbro

  9. Matoro Zeliph

    Im surprised that you didnt include Inoreader and The Old Reader. Those are far best free RSS readers for both Linux and Android (and IPhone)

    I still miss Google RSS reader

  10. d4c

    how about youtube notification

  11. kudzayi chimbodza

    QuiteRSS is my goto. small fast straight to the point.

  12. Aerox ⁣

    What does a RSS feed contain when it has been grabbed? Is it ONLY pure text — or do things like cookies and various trackers/data-collectors from the website also follow back to my device along with the requested textfeed?

  13. Carlos Vives

    I personally use TinyTinyRss. Its similar to Feedly (and Google Reader, wink wink) and open source, so uses a web interface and runs in your browser.
    Its really nice and configurable, but its the kind of program that needs some knowledge to get it running, since its php-based and runs in a web server, although you can probably get a docker image for easier management.

  14. Ukbunemal Yokanlush

    Any feed reader out there that supports advanced filtering (regexp)?

    1. Ukbunemal Yokanlush

      @Nodetics Solutions Unfortunately, not available for iOS.

    2. Nodetics Solutions

      Yes. Feedbro Feed Reader has built-in Rule Engine that supports regexp filtering.

  15. Frédéric Vachon

    Newsbeuter is a nice one for those who like to use the terminal. As a gui application, FeedReader is great too (this one: I would love to see an alternative to feedly; I love newsbeuter but I really would like to synchronize my feeds and especially read/unread articles on my android devices.

  16. Ahmed Shimi

    you cane add an Browser extension , Feedly Notifier for feedly

  17. charliegc4

    In the description you give a link for Blam, to a website that probably has not been updated in 9 years. It is not possible to download the application from there, so I am wondering where you got it from.

  18. Dieter

    thank you for the video

  19. Francisco Cribari

    Nice video. Thanks. 1) What about Akregator? How does it measure up to Liferea? 2) Please, consider extending this series to torrent clients.

  20. Paulo Silva

    there is a feature i miss a lot on Liferea: filtering and blocking feeds that we are not interested about at all, like those Slashdot feeds talking about microsoft (very toxic for me)

  21. Gustavo N.

    Could you please check out Vivaldi Mail?

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  23. RockawayCCW

    quiteRSS is a QT feed reader that is similar to liferea.

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