How to install Feed Rss Feed Reader on Ubuntu

Feeds is a free open source RSS feed reader for Linux. A simple and easy-to-use feed reader. Written using Python 3 and GTK + and released under a GPL3 license. You can filter articles in your feed, save articles for offline reading, and support Reader mode. It also comes with a full web view and JavaScript-enabled options that allow you to import and export feed collections to and from OPML files.

Install feed on Ubuntu

Feeds Rss Feed Reader is available as a flatpak package for Ubuntu. It can be installed from the terminal (ctrl + alt + t) application. To do this, you first need to install and configure flatpak and flathub on your system. For installing flatpak, use the installation tutorial link below.

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How to install flatpak on Ubuntu

Reboot the system and run it under the Feedsflatpak installation command.

flatpak install flathub org.gabmus.gfeeds

You can open and run the feed using the following command:

flatpak run org.gabmus.gfeeds

Then add your favorite feed and start using it as a news reader app.

How to install Feed Rss Feed Reader on Ubuntu

You can also configure the feed

Feed settings

that’s it.

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