RSS feed reader for your Google Chrome
Learn How you can start getting notifications from your favorite websites if something new happens there.
What if you start getting the notifications from your favorite websites if something new is uploaded there? Of course it would be great, but how will I get them.
Feeder.co has answers of most of your questions. It’s an add-on service by Google Chrome that quickly notifies you if there’s any new content if published on your favorite website via RSS feeds. The Notifications you will receive, contains a short description-excerpt-Title etc etc, click on that if you like to read the full article on the original website.
One of the strongest sides of RSS feed reader is- if in case you are on a website that offers RSS feeds, the feeder will automatically detect the feeds. And To subscribe that feed you only have to click the browser icon. You can also add the feeds manually to your subscription list. One can import them in a batch as well using an OPML file.
Usually the most essential feeds inside the feeder are preferred, but still you have other options like to keep your entire Google Reader subscriptions in sync with Feeder.
Note:- The feeder is also supported by Safari browser, but its only available as an extension for that. According to the developers, they also have the FireFox browser in the pipeline.
Your entire feed subscriptions and other data is stored locally in the browser. Your clicks are not tracked but the feeder by default, adds their own affiliate code to links that point to product websites. Though, you can switch off Skimlinks from the options window.