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.
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