Feedbro for Chrome and Firefox is a free easy-to-configure feed reader. Use it for easily connecting to and reading blogs, news, Twitter, Instagram or any RSS, Atom or RDF based feed.
Get all the feeds that are important to you organized into Feedbro for quick access - customize it precisely to your needs.
Feedbro for Chrome and Firefox Features:
Full standalone feed reader (RSS, Atom, RDF) as a Chrome extension - no online services needed Multiple viewing modes: full article view, headlines view, headlines + one article (Opera RSS reader-style), newspaper view, magazine view Can convert partial feeds to feeds with full articles with a built-in Readability style conversion engine! Built-in Rule Engine lets you define rules for filtering, border highlighting, auto-bookmarking, tagging, hiding, and regexp highlighting articles. Rules also support Chrome popup notifications and sound effects. Automatically converts Twitter and Instagram pages to feeds on the fly! Article tagging and searching by a tag IFTTT support Favicon support Finds feeds from web pages and makes it very easy to subscribe to news feeds Organizes feeds into folders (+ read all items in a folder at once) Drag & drop support for organizing feeds and folders in the tree navigator Flexible "mark as read" options (when the article title is shown, when the article bottom is shown, manually) 'Show only unread items' option helps you to read what is new Read any feeds that your computer can access (also in your company intranet, not only public Internet) User interface themes: Light, Dark, Aqua Article filtering based on article age Custom feed specific scan interval Custom feed a specific number of items to store Keyboard shortcuts (similar to Google Reader) Works well with high-frequency update feeds (e.g., Twitter hashtag feeds) Can import feed subscriptions from an OPML file Can export feed subscriptions to an OPML file Easy to drop inactive or broken feeds Article headline view for quick skimming Basic authentication support to read password-protected feeds Article sharing to various social media sites like Facebook, Google+, Twitter, Reddit, etc. and via Gmail/Email client Buffer and Hootsuite support for scheduled social media sharing Supports offline reading
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