How to Install Feeds Rss Feed Reader on Ubuntu

Feeds is a free and open source RSS feed reader for Linux. It is a simple and easy to use feed reader. It is written using Python 3 and GTK+ and released under the GPL3 license. You can filter the articles by feed, save article for offline read, reader mode support. It also comes with full web view and JavaScript enabled option and you can import and export your feed collection from and to OPML file.

Feeds Rss Feed Reader

Install Feeds on Ubuntu

To install Feeds Rss Feed Reader on your Linux system, open the terminal application (ctrl+alt+t) and run below command.

sudo apt install gnome-feeds

And open it using below command.


Install Feeds via Flatpak:

It is also available as a flatpak package for Ubuntu. You can install it via the terminal (ctrl+alt+t) application. For this you need to install and configure flatpak and flathub on your system first . Use below installation tutorial link for flatpak installation.

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How to install flatpak on Ubuntu

Restart your system and run below Feeds flatpak installation command.

flatpak install flathub org.gabmus.gfeeds

You can open and run Feeds using below command.

flatpak run org.gabmus.gfeeds

Now add your favorite feeds and start using it as a news reader app.

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