Today we will talk about a multi-platform RSS reader that is very eye-catching, which will respond under the name of Fluent Reader. So the user can keep informed from the desktop, this RSS reader offers users a pleasant interface. In addition, by entering its features users can find the possibility of adding freeds one by one.
As mentioned above, Fluent Reader has a user-friendly interface. It also has the option of adding freeds one at a time. There is also the option of importing a list of them via an OMPL file. On the other hand, it has the ability to configure each freed, with the content displayed as text in Fluent Reader. This means, as a web page or opened directly in an external browser.
On the other hand, you have the possibility of filtering the freeds to mark as automatically read certain topics that do not interest the user. On the contrary, keep the topics that interest the user, as a filter to restore them without worries.
Finally, Fluent Reader can be configured by the user in a light or dark version, with a tiled or ready display. However, it also allows you to save all settings and all flows to restore them without worrying.
Fluent Reader Features
- A modern user interface inspired by the Fluent Design System with full dark mode support.
- Get articles in the background and send automatic notifications.
- Hide or mark as read or highlight articles automatically as they come in with regular expression rules.
- Read locally or synchronize with Feedbin or auto-hosted services compatible with Fever’s API.
- Read the full content with the built-in article view or load web pages by default.
- Ability to organize subscriptions with folder-like groupings.
- Search for articles with regular expressions or filter by reading status.
- Single-key keyboard shortcuts.
These are some of the features, you can check all the details of the project from the page in GitHub.
This is a very colorful multi-platform RSS reader with which you can keep informed from your desktop. In addition, the program is created with Electron and React and is published under the license of the BSD clause.
On the other hand, Fluent Reader is a free, open-source RSS feed reader for Windows, MacOS, and Linux. Also, the user interface of the Fluent reader is inspired by the Fluent Design System.
Finally, you can import and export OPML files and get items in the background. In addition, you can read the feed locally in the system or synchronize it with Feedbin or Fever API-compatible self-service. However, Fluent Reader is still in the beta stage but is usable.
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