QuiteRSS is an excellent piece of freeware that is compatible with computers which are running Windows. The function of the application is to serve as a desktop RSS client and provide you with the latest articles from your favorite websites. The application fetches the latest articles and lets you assign them various labels; articles can also be filtered into different categories based on filters such as particular words being included in the post title; furthermore, articles can be shared on various online social networks from within the application.
To get started, you need to download and install the app’s setup file which is sized at nearly 12 MB. Once the app has been installed, you can begin adding the RSS feeds of your favorite websites. If required, you can add login credentials for each RSS that you add.
With the feeds added, you view the updates in the app’s main window. The left pane is where you will find the list of RSS feeds which you have added; the bottom left pane is where you will find the categories of fetched articles; the center right pane includes a list of articles and clicking on an article title loads it up in the center bottom pane.
You can quickly check out the new articles by selecting to view only the unread the articles. From the same filtering menu, you can also choose to view articles from the previous day or the previous 7 days.
Custom filters can be created for the articles that are fetched from your RSS feeds. For example, you could add all posts that have ‘BlogsDNA’ in their title to be added to a newly created filter.
QuiteRSS also supports online social networks. By right clicking on an article’s title, you can enter the ‘Share’ submenu and select the corresponding network that you want the share the article on. Supported services include Evernote, Google+, Facebook, LiveJournal, Pocket, Twitter, and VK.
After selecting a web service, a new tabe opens up within the app asking for authorization for the service you are sharing the article on. The built in browser also lets you click on links within articles and surf the web from within the app.
As you can see, QuiteRSS offers an impressive package that helps you quickly catch up with all of your RSS updates. The automatic filters category in particular, lets you quickly jump to the articles that are of interest to you.
You can get QuiteRSS from over here.