FeedDemon for Free

Feeddemon is a desktop applicaton that lets you subscribe to feeds of websites that offer them, just like news, blogs, etc. It let’s you keep abreast of the latest articles and posts from your favorite blogs, sometimes even without visiting them in the web browser.

Feeddemon is Free

Why Use a Desktop RSS Reader?

There’s a question lingering in the blogsite of Nick Bradbury, the creator of Feeddemon. Why use a desktop rss/feed reader when you have online feed readers like google reader, bloglines, netvibes, etc? For me the answer would be the speed at which I can browse through each and every feed as I go along reading them (or discarding them).

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Choices of Feed Aggregator and Readers

In the past couple of months, I have tried almost all types of feeds aggregator and readers available out there. That list includes: attensa, bloglines, feedlounge, google reader, gritwire, news alloy, newsgator online, pluck web edition, rojo, live.com, google ig, and netvibes. These are online websites directly accessible in the internet. I’ve also tried the trial versions of separate desktop applications like the feeddemon and newsgator inbox. Continue reading