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AppriseReader.com – RSS Reader for Twitter

Twitter much? There’s a lot you can do with Twitter now. It’s like the swiss army knife of online conversation. With the help of Twitter enthusiasts, the mass of Twitter apps has grown exponentially and here’s another one to add to the list: Apprise Reader. Apprise Reader is the creation of Adobe employee Christian Cantrell. Simply put, Apprise Reader Adobe Air created feed reader, but it’s got a little...

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AddTickr.com – Organize Your Feeds

AddTickr is one of the latest in the line of tickr-ending websites. It, along with brothers ApiTickr, SpyTickr, YouTickr, SmartTickr, and MixTickr deals in helpful RSS feed widgets. AddTickr, itself, is a simple site with an easy to use, straight forward interface. AddTickr is used to add feed buttons to your website. You can choose from a range of different feeds including RSS, Jaiku, Flickr and YouTube among others. Clicking the...

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FreeMyFeed.com – Bypasses Passworded Feeds

FreeMyFeed addresses the problem of feeds with user authentications. Sometimes, when you come across a feed which you want to read using a web-based reader such as Google Reader, the readers don’t support them because they require passwords; or alternately, you may have used an invalid SSL certificate, which meant you couldn’t access the feed. FreeMyFeed is your simple solution. Here’s how it works: enter the feed url you want to...

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NewsAlloy.com – Ajax Based Feed Reader

If you haven’t noticed, feeds are all over the place. And with so many feeds out there, you can never have enough feed readers, now can you? Joining the feed reading gang is NewsAlloy. NewsAlloy is an Ajax based RSS reader with options for grouping feeds into channels and archiving, plus OPML import functionality. It’s got something they call a ‘zero refresh feature’ and Gmail style navigation. You’ll also find pinning, tags, and...

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Rssfwd.com – Feeds Forwarded To Your Inbox

If you spend a lot of time on your email account (yes Gmail users, I’m talking to you), then why not have some sort of application that can deliver RSS feeds straight to your inbox so you can read them like you do your regular mail? Fortunately, this technology does indeed exist. RssFwd is a new service which finds XML content and forwards it right to your email account. To use the service, simply bookmark the RssFwd site, and...

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