Bloglines - Subscribe, search, share and publish

30+ Web 2.0 RSS Applications & Sites

Wikipedia says “RSS (most commonly translated as “Really Simple Syndication”) is a family of web feed formats used to publish frequently updated works—such as blog entries, news headlines, audio, and video—in a standardized format.”

RSS is an important tool of marketing. Having great number of RSS readers means your blog or site worth a lot. There are lots of RSS applications and sites to submit your RSS or read RSS of other sites. I have showcased here 30 plus beautifully designed and very helpful RSS applications and sites.

1. BlogLines

Bloglines is a FREE online service for searching, subscribing, creating and sharing news feeds, blogs and rich web content.

Bloglines - Subscribe, search, share and publish

2. Feedmil

Feedmil is a feed search engine featuring a spam-free, topic-focused search for a variety of feed types including blogs, microblogs, public and social media feeds as well as podcasts.

Feedmil - feed search engine

3. SimplePie

SimplePie is a very fast and easy-to-use class, written in PHP, that puts the ‘simple’ back into ‘really simple syndication’.


4. Genwi

Genwi lets people publish their feeds from other services into their own RSS reader called a “Newspaper.”

5. Feedity

Create RSS Feed for Any Webpage


6. odiogo

It transforms news sites and blog posts into high fidelity.


7. xFruits

Compose your information system.


8. Search4RSS

RSS Search engine.


9. DailyLit

Read books by email and RSS.


10. Feed My Inbox

Blogs, Feeds and News magically delivered to your email!


11. Fast Ladder

Fastladder is the best solution for RSS / Atom feed reader.


12. FeedM8

Mobilize and Monetize Your Feeds.


13. ClickCaster

Rich media publishing, made simple.


14. Toluu

Toluu is a free service for sharing the feeds you read and discovering new ones.


15. Planetaki

A planet is a place where you can read all the websites you like in a single page.


16. Goojet

Create your own mobile space from a selection of hundreds of services, widgets and RSS feeds.


17. Pingvine

RSS Atom XML feed to, or


18. Feedweaver

Feedweaver allows you to create your own personalized RSS feeds.


19. NewsBeet

NewsBeet is a platform for building your own news site covering any topic or beat you want. It’s easy, fast, fun and profitable.


20. FeedWind

Free Online Feed Widget.


21. Feed Rinse

It’s like a spam filter for your RSS subscriptions.


22. Feed Compare

Compare Your FeedBurner Subscribers.


23. Splush

Syndication Plug & Push and FeedAds.


24. Feed Informer

Mix, convert, and republish feeds.


25. WoRss

World of Rss.


26. Feednest

FeedNest allows you to publish your RSS feed on a twitter account.


27. Shyftr

Personalize your news.


28. Feedor

Feedoor is the ultimate feed service where you can manage your single feed and mix many feeds in one.


29. Feedscrub

Keep your feeds squeaky clean!


30. FilterMyRSS

A simple RSS feed filter.


31. ReminderFeed

ReminderFeed is a FREE reminder service that delivers reminder messages right to your feed reader.


22 thoughts on “30+ Web 2.0 RSS Applications & Sites”

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  2. Great list, thanks! I have got two webapp development projects on just now and there is some great inspiration for design here…

    …top stuff!

  3. Nice list.. but you are missing one of the very awesome feed application.. ->
    Feedly is a firefox addon which will fetch your feed subscriptions from your google reader and will display in a very cool way.. a must try for every feed reader..

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