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RSS Clients for Linux. A RSS feed is a file that contains a summary of updates from a website, often in the form of a list of articles with links.
It means "Really Simple Syndication" and it offers an easy way to stay up to date on new content from websites you have an interest in. The feed can be used using a program called an RSS reader.

RSS clients for Linux, is the kind of software that simplifies your life, somewhat if you want news from many different sites.

It’s a an excellent alternative to social media if you just want the news and articles without, all the crap that comes with having a Twitter or Facebook account.

RSS stands for "really simple syndication," or, depending on who you ask, "rich site summary."

Originally it was called RDF Site Summary, according to Wikipedia.

Liferea RSS Client

Liferea RSS Client.

Liferea RSS client, the name is short for "Linux Feed Reader" and is a news aggregator for online news feeds.

It supports the major feed formats including RSS/RDF and Atom and can import and export subscription lists in OPML format.

Liferea is intended to be a fast, easy to use, and easy to install news aggregator for GTK+ that can be used with the GNOME desktop.

It should be noted that it works very well with Cinnamon desktop as well.