Awesome built-in integration to social media sites like Twitter. Filtering rules are great too.
I use Feedbro on the laptop and Readyou on the android phone. Readyou is posh. Source: about 1 month ago
Not sure as I haven't used it since switching to Feedbro. Source: 3 months ago
33. Feedbro 4.14.2 Advanced Feed Reader - Read news & blogs or any RSS/Atom/RDF source. Https://nodetics.com/feedbro. Source: 2 months ago
I use FeedBro along with Pocket. Highly recommend them both. I have not visited an actual news website in about 10 years. Source: 4 months ago
Great article. Check out also Feedbro reader (https://nodetics.com/feedbro). Source: 5 months ago
I'm using Inoreader, and I'm VERY happy with it. I also use Feedbro Chrome extension, which also deos an amazing job (not fancy or anything, but does the job and does it well). Source: 6 months ago
What about the Feedbro extension available for various browsers. Source: 7 months ago
Chrome extension: Feedbro I used this one before Vivaldi implemented feed reader into their browser. It is very customizable and it worked perfectly, no complaints. Source: 8 months ago
It looks pretty bad for me in Feedbro, too - I get a blank page for a preview. Source: 11 months ago
I use Fritter on phone and Feedbro in Firefox on PC. Source: 11 months ago
There isn't, natively at least. Feedbro browser extension can pull new posts, though. Probably others but that's what I'm sticking with for social media content. https://nodetics.com/feedbro/ (pages need to be public). Source: 11 months ago
By example Feedbro is a good extention for that. Source: about 1 year ago
Likewise, Akregator is plagued by the same box at the bottom right which stays white even if you use dark mode. Even if you minimize it because you want to open every link in your browser, it just keeps coming back. I gave up on using Akregator and just started using Feedbro on Firefox. Source: over 1 year ago
Something like Feedbro, anyone knows? Source: over 1 year ago
Dropping support for RSS feeds was an ill decision from them; thankfully there are extension to restore and extend the functionality. https://nodetics.com/feedbro/ https://github.com/nt1m/livemarks/. - Source: Hacker News / over 1 year ago
Feedbro (a browser extension) might be another option for you to consider. : https://nodetics.com/feedbro/. - Source: Hacker News / over 1 year ago
Hey there I'm really late but have you considered using a browser rss feed? I personally use Feedbro, which I find really easy to use c: You get desktop notifications if you set it up right, too. Source: almost 2 years ago
For those looking for a good RSS reader for browsers, my favorite one on Firefox (and other browsers) is Feedbro. A necessary addon after Mozilla removed the built in support some time ago. https://nodetics.com/feedbro/. - Source: Hacker News / almost 2 years ago
The (excellent) Feedbro aggregator for Chrome and Firefox also does this for free. Https://nodetics.com/feedbro/. Source: almost 2 years ago
Try https://fraidyc.at or https://nodetics.com/feedbro, both are free RSS readers. On android you can use https://fritter.cc. Source: almost 2 years ago
I use Feedbro and RSS feeds to scroll here and the news etc. + Infosec / Sysadmin twitter. Source: about 2 years ago
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