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The 7 Best RSS Feed Readers for Linux

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RSS or Really Simple Syndication is a web feed that keeps you up to date with the latest updates from your favorite websites on the internet. However, to read these feeds, you need what's called an RSS reader.

An RSS reader is a feed curator, which aggregates content from your favorite sources on the internet and organizes it into a digestible feed, so you don't have to visit those sources manually to keep up with what's new.

If you're on Linux, here are our picks for the best RSS feed reader apps you can use to improve your content consumption.

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