Miniflux is a minimalist RSS reader
Version 1.1.6 released (January 10, 2015)
- Optimized for readability
The page layout, fonts and colors are chosen to be readable on a screen.
The most important thing is the content.
- Download full content of articles
Do you have feeds that display only a summary?
Fetch the original article automatically.
- No fancy features
I suppose you don't like bloated software? Me too.
Less is more!
- Fast, Simple and Efficient
Be productive and use keyboard shortcuts to read quickly all your unread items.
- No social network support
These centralized websites make money with your private life.
There is no Facebook, Google+, Twitter or sharing at all.
- No advertising and user tracking
Nobody likes advertising.
Miniflux removes automatically Ads and pixel trackers.
- Super simple installation
The only thing you need to do is to copy and paste the source code on your own server.
There is no configuration, no database setup, nothing!
- Free, open source and self-hosted
Miniflux is a free and open source project distributed under the AGPL v3 license.
- Responsive design, works with your smartphone, tablet or desktop
- Send your bookmarks to Pinboard or Instapaper
- Compatible with the Fever API, read your feeds through existing mobile and desktop clients
- Use the Bookmarklet to subscribe to a website directly from any browsers
- Import and export your subscriptions by using the standard format OPML
- Update your feeds from a background task or from the user interface
- Several themes available
- External links are opened inside a new tab with a
rel="noreferrer" attribute to respect your privacy
- API to interact programatically with your feeds and items
- Translated in 8 languages: English, French, German, Italian, Czech, Spanish, Portuguese and Simplified Chinese
- Support for RTL languages (Right-to-Left)
- No data locking, host anywhere
Do you like Miniflux? make a donation.
Bitcoin address: 174WRwhAgeHigYLLnRCNnYPpfWnQksaEHy
Miniflux is developped by Frédéric Guillot.
Contributions are accepted: patches, bug fixes, translations, feedback... The source code is straightforward and easy to hack, there is no bloated framework.