NetNewsWire RSS feed reader goes free and open source. No more excuses

NetNewsWire RSS feed reader finally is on top. NetNewsWire is a free and open source RSS reader for Mac, iPhone, and iPad. It’s like podcasts — but for reading.

NetNewsWire shows you articles from your favorite blogs and news sites and keeps track of what you’ve read.

NetNewsWire is a free and open source RSS reader for Mac, iPhone, and iPad. It’s like podcasts — but for reading.

NetNewsWire. The fast RSS Reader to get more news but less junk

A few days ago Brent Simmons made the announcement: NetNewsWire, one of the best open source projects, announced version 6.0, and confirmed that the app will remain free for iOS, iPadOS, and macOS. This new version introduces a lot of new features and is open source.

NetNewsWire is an RSS feed reader that also synchronizes with Feedly and many other online services to read feeds. This latest version also synchronized the feeds read, in case we didn’t use any of these services, directly via iCloud.

From NetNewsWire, we can see all the code on Github (https://github.com/Ranchero-Software/NetNewsWire), which is a very amazing thing when we consider that we are talking about a Mac application. Enjoy the app, the feeds, and even the source code. And thanks a lot, Brent!

NetNewsWire. Take back control of your news and have fun doing it!

NetNewsWire is a free and open source RSS reader. It’s fast, stable, and accessible. It shows you articles from your favorite blogs and news sites — and keeps track of what you’ve read.

If you’ve been going from page to page in your browser looking for new articles to read, let NetNewsWire bring them to you instead.

NetNewsWire. Take back control of your news and have fun doing it!

Features:

  • * Direct feed-downloading
  • * Syncing via iCloud, Feedbin, Feedly, BazQux, Inoreader, NewsBlur, The Old Reader, and FreshRSS
  • * Multiple accounts
  • * Dark Mode
  • * Reader view
  • * Share sheet
  • * Starred articles
  • * All Unread and Today smart feeds
  • * Folders
  • * Importing and exporting OPML feed lists
  • * Background refreshing
  • * Searching
  • * Hiding read articles
  • * Timeline customization
  • * Keyboard shortcuts
  • * Context menus
  • * Support for multiple windows
  • * Special support for Reddit and Twitter feeds
  • * Home screen widgets for today, unread, and starred articles
  • * Share extension

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