For those doesn't already know what is an RSS reader i would like to tell them RSSOwl of course. Two things made me just crazy in this new build (2.0 Milestone 8a): the ability to toggle favicons and the newsgroup integration. How do I add Newsgroups to RSSOwl 2? . The interface is very simple and functional and clean, i admit that looking to disabling/enabling favicons (feed icons) take me some time to be found, Show Feed Icons is in the white little arrow on the left pane, i was taken by a strange daemon looking at this feature that strangely not all RSS Readers support. I think that favicons sometimes could took you away from reading, maybe is a personal thought, comment out. RSSOwl is fast and expandable, via well tested Eclipse system that is based, the homonym RCP platform. RSSOwl runs on Windows, Mac and Linux.
What about Feedreader and FeedDemon ?. Feedreader is suggested for a small amount of feeds, i have used it since now, but my feeds are growing day by day, more and more. But Feedreader is growing too exposing a new database integration with MySQL backend, new features and a new platform coming. FeedDemon is great when synchronizing between online and offline feeds and also as a desktop integration feature , NewsGator Desktop that fetches feeds from NewsGator Online and alerts you in a kindly way, as well as synchronize with the RSS subsystem of Windows (IE and Windows Live Mail and also Feedreader are subjected by this feature). Well these are RSS Readers i use + Google Reader, many?, few.
"Obviously there's a lot of feed readers outside, choosing the right reader it's difficult and a personal taste. I have to mention Sauce Reader that found me very positive. Here are some links i found in the past."
GreatNews, Omea Reader, Newzie, NewzCrawler, NewsDesk, RSS Bandit, SharpReader RSS Aggregator, RSSReader, Vox Lite. BlogTick (tray). SoftTicker, and the great AIR app called Snackr as horizontal scrolling bar. Fuzzy Duck RSS Reader, side. Newsplorer, del.icio.us integration. KlipFolio, the must have.
I Would like to suggest a further reading about configuring multiple RSS readers/providers within Firefox at Digital Inspiration website, and I want to thank Benjamin Pasero at RSSOwl for his courtesy and support.
freewaregenius.com - Nine ways to check RSS feeds (including some unusual ones)