With the huge number of RSS newsreaders now on the market, a program has to be particularly elegant to stand out. RssFeedEater does its basic job well, but it doesn't reach that high-water mark. It reads and manages RSS feeds from blogs and news sites smoothly, downloading new headlines, providing notifications of new articles, and allowing users to browse full text without leaving the program. However, it doesn't offer ways to customize how articles are displayed, and does not provide keyword search tools that would let a user gather information from several feeds at once. The program should be enough for undemanding RSS readers, but computer users who want more advanced features should look elsewhere.
RssFeedEater is a RSS Reader (aka News Aggregator) for Windows. It can gather information from sites that offer syndicated contents (RSS or ATOM) and presents them in a powerful hierarchical interface. To add a new feed in RSSFeedEater just copy the link and then you won't need to check directly if a site or a blog has been updated because RssFeedEater will do this for you, downloading any new headlines. No additional software libraries required; can be installed on a portable device (USB Dongle) and used on multiple PCs without requiring multiple installs. Support for both RSS and Atom formats. It is an easy way to organize your subscriptions hierarchically in categories. Support for import and export in opml format; full support to HTML formatted feeds; Pre configured with many popular feeds; Let you send a news via email; Let you publish a news in Blogger.com; implements a basic AdBlock filter to improve readability of advertisements overloaded sites. Version 220.127.116.11 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.