Gnome Feeds – News Reader for Linux with Modern Look

Looking for a feed reader application for your Linux Desktop? Try Feeds, a modern news reader for Gnome.

Feeds is a minimal RSS/Atom feed reader built with speed and simplicity in mind. It starts either by adding new feeds via URL, or importing an OPML file.

The application supports for reading news in three modes: Web View, Reader Mode, and RSS Content. JavaScript is disabled by default in the default Web view mode, though it can be enabled in Preferences.

Other features include:

  • Filter news articles by feed.
  • Save news and read it offline anytime and anywhere.
  • Import / Export OPML.
  • Responsive user interface.
  • Keyboard shortcut support.
  • One click to copy article link to clipboard

See more about the software via screenshots (click to expand):

How to Install Feeds in Linux:

Feeds is available as gnome-feeds in most recent Linux Distributions’ official repositories.

For Ubuntu 20.10 / Debian 11, install the app via command in terminal (Ctrl+Alt+T):

sudo apt install gnome-feeds

For Fedora, install it by running command:

sudo dnf install gnome-feeds

For Arch Linux, it’s available as an AUR package: gfeeds-git.

For Other Linux, it’s available as Flatpak package. Follow this setup guide, then you can install the app via the command below:

flatpak install flathub org.gabmus.gfeeds

And the Flatpak package can be updated via command:

flatpak update org.gabmus.gfeeds

(Optional) Or you can remove it via command:

flatpak uninstall org.gabmus.gfeeds
Merilyn Ne
Hi, I'm Merilyn Ne, a geek who has been working on Ubuntu Linux for many years and would like to write useful tips for beginners. Forgive me for language mistakes. I'm not a native speaker of English.