FeedFlow is a minimalistic and opinionated RSS Reader that I’ve built for myself and that’s now available on Android, iOS and macOS.
The majority of websites with an RSS feed don’t share the article’s content because they want you to go on their website. For this reason, FeedFlow always opens the original website, but you can choose the browser that you want (on mobile). For example, you can open an article on DuckDuckGo or Firefox Focus with all the trackers disabled and then just kill all the navigation data. In this way, the reading experience is separated from your main browser instance.
Your existing RSS collection can be easily imported: FeedFlow offers full and easy import and export capabilities through OPML files.
Feel free to open an issue (or even better a PR :)) if something is not working or if you want to propose a new feature.
FeedFlow Tech Stack
FeedFlow is built with Jetpack Compose, Compose Multiplatform and SwiftUI. All the logic is shared using Kotlin Multiplatform.
FeedFlow uses RSSParser, a RSS parsing library that I’ve built for Android and that now is Multiplatform!
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