Liferea News Reader 1.13.9 Adds Google Reader API Support

The GTK feed reader Liferea released version 1.13.9 recently with generic Google Reader API support, UI improvements, and bug-fixes. This is the last release of the 1.13 unstable series of Liferea (Linux Feed Reader). It makes possible to import from FeedHQ, FreshRSS, Basquz, and other feed readers using Google Reader API (exclude Miniflux due to this bug). So now besides manually adding websites, it now supports adding following sources all together: Planet, BlogRoll, OPML. Google Reader API. Reedah. Tiny Tiny RSS. TheOldReader. Miniflux. Other changes in this release include: Update to Readability.js 0.41 for better image and table handling. Improve HTML5 extraction Hide unused expander space in item list and

Is Liferea Feed Reader Still the Best RSS App on Ubuntu?

Liferea is an RSS feed reader for the Linux desktop — but chances are you already know that. ‘In an era of online services like Feedly can Liferea still compete?’ The feed reader, which has been around since 2003, regularly features in lists of the best open-source feed reader apps for Linux. In fact, Liferea is often the recommended choice for anyone looking to read RSS feeds on the Linux desktop. It’s reliable, highly configurable, and “just works”. It also wide support for different feed formats (including RSS, Atom and OMPL). As Liferea recently picked up its first major update in a year I decided it was time to check

Install Liferea RSS Feed Reader in Ubuntu Linux

Liferea Feed Reader 1.12.0 released. Install Liferea Linux feed reader and news aggregator on Ubuntu Linux Systems. Liferea Ubuntu desktop feed reader/news aggregator that brings together all of the content from your favorite subscriptions into a simple interface that makes it easy to organize and browse feeds. Its GUI is similar to a desktop mail/newsclient, with an embedded graphical browser. Distinguishing Features Read articles when offline. Synchronizes with InoReader (git master) Reedah (git master) TheOldReader (since 1.10) TinyTinyRSS (since 1.8) Permanently save headlines in news bins. Match items using search folders. Play Podcasts in Liferea Liferea Feed Reader 1.12.0 Changes and fixes in this release: Wide view is now default

Liferea News Feed Reader 1.12.4 Released (How to Install)

Liferea (Linux Feed Reader) 1.12.4 was released a day ago. The new release brings smaller bug and security fixes. Changes in Liferea 1.12.4 include: Add installable plugin to change accels Fix segfault on date out of range Fix Free Music Archive link in default OPMLs Switch from persistent to session-only cookies Fix unread count of vfolder Add etra keywords in .desktop file (syndication; rss; atom) Fix updating counters for remote sources Updated cookie usage hint in FAQ How to Install Liferea 1.12.4 in Ubuntu: For Ubuntu 16.04, Ubuntu 18.04, Linux Mint 19, 18.x, the new release is available in a third-party PPA repository. 1. Open terminal either via Ctrl+Alt+T or

How To Install Liferea Feed Reader 1.12.2 On Ubuntu Linux

Liferea Feed Reader 1.12.2 released. Install Liferea Linux feed reader and news aggregator on Ubuntu Linux Systems. Liferea Ubuntu desktop feed reader/news aggregator that brings together all of the content from your favorite subscriptions into a simple interface that makes it easy to organize and browse feeds. Its GUI is similar to a desktop mail/newsclient, with an embedded graphical browser. Liferea Feed Reader 1.12.2 Changes Adding a plugin installer plugin that allows discovering and automatically installing 3rd party plugins Drop language from user agent to increase privacy Add transmission-gtk and aria2 as download tool options New command line option –disable-plugins (-p) to start with all plugins disabled. Liferea not showing

Liferea Feed Reader 1.12.2 Released with Plugin Installer

A new bug-fix release for Liferea 1.12 was released earlier today. A plugin installer plugin was introduced that allows easy discovery and installation of 3rd party plugins. Full changes in Liferea 1.12.2 include: Adding a plugin installer plugin that allows discovering and automatically installing 3rd party plugins Drop language from user agent to increase privacy Add transmission-gtk and aria2 as download tool options New command line option –disable-plugins (-p) to start with all plugins disabled. Fix that Liferea not showing up in GNOME Software Correctly print error message when failing to unlock GNOME keyring Fix that CSS style for GTK link colors not used Redirect location updates and adds HTTP