4.4
1.34K reviews
50K+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Feeder is an open source feed reader (RSS/Atom/JSONFeed) for Android created in 2014.



With Feeder you can read the latest news and posts from your favorite sites.



Feeder does NOT sync with usual remote backends so no account registration of any kind is necessary.



Feeder is free to use and runs locally on your device. Your data is 100% private.



Features




  • Parses HTML and displays it in a native TextView

  • Offline reading

  • Background synchronization

  • Notifications

  • OPML Import/Export

  • Handy access to enclosure links

  • Material design

Updated on
Jun 11, 2024

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
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No data collected
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Ratings and reviews

4.6
1.25K reviews
Joel Yauk
June 12, 2024
This app is really good! I love the Discord-style drawer holding the list of feeds, the gestures for swiping to mark as read/unread, and the system theming integration. My one nitpick is the app occasionally thinks my attempted vertical scroll is a horizonal swipe. I do also wish there was a way to add custom icons for feeds that don't come with one. And I would find it useful to be able to filter out feed items with specific keywords (author = WIRED), though that's probably a niche request.
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Samuel Santaella
April 21, 2024
As far as local RSS apps go (cloud-based ones have their own set of pros and cons), this has everything I could ask for. OPML import/export, notifications for new articles, setting individual feeds to automatically fetch full articles or open in the browser, multiple views for article lists (my choice is Super Compact to reduce distractions), and auto-detection of feeds when I add a URL. The app is fast and so far feels solid and reliable. Good reading experience despite little customizability.
5 people found this review helpful
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Aaron Price
January 8, 2024
Incredible, minimalist app. I love that the UI is so simple and unobtrusive. I wanted something that was almost all text-only, and this is that. I love the amount of customization. A few suggestions that would make it even more perfect: I would love the option to always hide images (or tap to expand). How about if I could copy the article text to save in an app like Obsidian? A companion web/windows/iOS app would be stunning. Seriously awesome work y'all, thanks so much!
17 people found this review helpful
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What's new

# 2.6.27
Jonas Kalderstam (3):
* [f23390ed0] Fixed nested content inside blockquotes
* [5bdd17043] Fixed crash for some images
* [35004eee5] Added German translation

Sven Jacobs (1):
* [a42529eab] Added option to show unread count in title (#300)

ngocanhtve (1):
* [1e0fc0fae] Updated Vietnamese translation using Weblate