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QuiteRSS is a lightweight application able to present RSS feed data to users, as well as keep them up-to-date with the latest news on their RSS feeds. Although it bundles many useful functions, it boasts a clean and multi-tabbed layout that gives users the possibility to add a new feed to the list by specifying a valid URL and providing details about the username and password, in case the website requires authentication.
What’s more, you can import data from XML or OPML file format, switch to a full screen mode, create a list with favorite feeds, as well as tag feeds with different labels (e.g. important, work, personal).
QuiteRSS lets you share the news on different online social networking services (e.g. Facebook, Twitter), open the selected RSS feed with your default web browser or using the built-in browser, mark the feeds as read or unread, and update the selected news or all of them.
Other important options worth mentioning are represented by the possibility to filter the feeds by date, unread, read, or starred items, perform search operations, go to the previous or next unread feed, and delete the selected news.
Last but not least, you can save data to OPML file format, view a list with unread, starred, or deleted feeds, copy the URLs and news to the Clipboard, increase or decrease the font for the text messages, print the news, export the news to HTML or plain text format, as well as make the program remain on top of other utilities.
When it comes to configuration settings, you are allowed to set up network connections, specify the preferred browser, automatically update feeds at Windows startup, add new labels to the list, play sound notifications (WAV) for incoming news, encrypt data by setting up passwords, as well as use hotkeys, which can be reassigned.
All in all, QuiteRSS proves to be a reliable program that comes bundled with a decent pack of features for helping you read news in a clean and intuitive environment.
• Import/Export feeds (OPML-files)
• Update feeds: on startup, by timer
• Mark news starred
• Feed and news filters: new, unread, starred
• Minimize on system tray: on start, on close, on minimize
• Show new or unread news counter on tray icon
• Proxy configuration: automatic or manual
• Embedded browser
• Check for updates
New in version 0.18.6
Changed: SQLite 3.19.3
Fixed: Displaying dialogs in mode "Stay on top"
Fixed: Mark displayed news as read when switching feeds