Fedora Reader is a fast, minimalist RSS feed reader. It allows you to add your own feeds via URL, or choose from a large list of categorized, curated feeds. If you allow it, Fedora Reader runs in the background to keep your feeds up to date so you don't miss anything. (Internet connection required) Since RSS feeds typically only contain truncated articles, Fedora Reader extracts the content from each article and displays it in a clean, easy to read format, so you don't have to open every article in the browser if you want to read it in its entirety. Fedora Reader also allows you to mark articles as favorite, so you don’t have to go digging through your feeds to find an article.
What's new in this version
22.214.171.124 -Features --Added "Fix article" button to try to fix an article when it isn't displaying properly -Bug fixes --Fix for crashing when marking an article as read when launched from a secondary tile --Other bug fixes 126.96.36.199 -Bug fixes --Fix for crash sometimes when refreshing feeds --Fix for lead image not showing up in The Verge articles --Other bug fixes 188.8.131.52 -Features --Can now pin a tile for individual feeds --There's now an "All" section to view all your feeds --Articles are only cached for length set in settings --You can now show images in the article list --You can now choose to update feeds on launch -Bug fixes --Fix for some crashes when importing/exporting feeds --Fix for full articles not loading --Performance improvements 184.108.40.206 -Bug fixes --Fix for unread counter not updating when marking all items as read --Fix for "Mark as read" button showing instead of the "Mark as unread" button -Added Black Theme -Added Import and Export feeds option 220.127.116.11 -Bug fixes --Fix for items not staying marked as read --Enter button now triggers "add feed" when adding a feed via URL --Other fixes 18.104.22.168 -Bug fixes ---Fix for devices with on-screen buttons ---Fix for deleted feeds not staying deleted ---Other fixes 22.214.171.124 -Bug fixes 126.96.36.199 -Initial Release
- Add feeds
- Favorite articles
- Read articles in app or view in browser