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RSS Resource Center

Web-based RSS Aggregators
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Attensa Online
Attensa Online is a free, customizable, Web-based RSS reader. Premium versions are available for a fee, including Atensa for Outlook (delivers RSS feeds to your inbox), and Atensa Mobil (delivers RSS feeds to your wireless devices).
My Yahoo! RSS Aggregator
My Yahoo! is an RSS aggregator that collects everything from news to blog entries.
Pluck RSS Reader is a free RSS aggregator and bookmark manager available for multiple Web browsers. View headlines in a single window, show or hide details, add bookmarks use the FeedFinder RSS directory and more.
Bloglines Aggregator
Free, Web-based service that allows you to create a personal Bloglines Web page where you can access your favorite RSS and ATOM feeds, podcasts and more. Bloglines is a free online service. Built with open source technologies such as Linux, Apache Web Server, etc.
NewsGator Aggregator
Retrieve, organize and customize the delivery and presentation of your favorite RSS feeds. Free service for Consumer Standard Edition. Premium subscriptions (available for a monthly fee) include mobile edition, email edition, premium feeds and smart feeds. NewsGator Business allows you to read RSS feeds through Outlook online. NewsGator Enterprise Server allows businesses to manage and follow information related to their company, brands, competitors, industry news and more.
Free RSS Reader
Free, Web-based RSS reader. Premium services (available for a fee) allows you to customize the feeds and eliminate advertising. Web-based RSS Aggregator
Web-based RSS aggregator that collects millions of feeds from blogs to major news sites. Share your comments about feeds with other users. The site recommends other feeds of interest to users based on the links to which the users subscribe.
Google Reader
Sign up for a Google account to use Google Reader. Subscribe to specific RSS feeds, or enter a subject and Google Reader will aggregate the relevant feeds for you.

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Update :: January 20, 2020