This section deals with various tools for managing RSS feeds. Covers both desktop and server side tools.
FeedBeep is the final link between you and the wealth of information published on the internet. Hundreds of thousands of data feeds are available in RSS format, and now you can receive alerts about events worldwide — as they happen — right on your SMS-capable phone. Alerts can be set to go to your mobile device or our web messaging system based on your keywords or any time new information is posted to a feed.
Newspipe is an RSS/Atom aggregator with a difference: It allows you to keep track of your feeds through e-mail - you create an OPML file listing your feeds and Newspipe will collect them, convert them to e-mail messages and send them to your mailbox. This means you can read, organize and archive news feeds using your current mail client (or even webmail), without needing to use a separate program. Newspipe can send you news items as plaintext or HTML mail, both as single items or grouped in a digest.
nntp//rss is a Java-based bridge between RSS feeds and NNTP clients, enabling you to read your favorite RSS syndicated content within your existing NNTP newsreader. RSS feeds are represented as NNTP newsgroups, providing a simple, straightforward and familiar environment for news reading. nntp//rss contains both an NNTP server and an RSS aggregator, with a web interface for administration and monitoring. Installation is as simple as unpacking the distribution and running the application.
Hep is a multiprotocol message server. It offers on-the-fly translation between email protocols (POP and IMAP) and web formats and protocols (RSS, Atom, and the Metaweblog API). Hep lets you read and write the Web from the comfort of your favorite email client or newreader.
FeedDigest helps you put content of RSS and Atom feeds on your website with great flexibility. Mix multiple feeds into a single feed, show off your del.icio.us items, create a news "dashboard", digest to cellphone. Check their site for a long list of features.
Feedshake tool helps you to generate new feeds by merging, sorting and filtering existing online RSS feeds. This service doesn't require any subscription nor e-mail adress.
BlogSieve is a free tool that creates new feeds from existing feeds. Use BlogSieve to filter, merge, sort and strip any valid feeds into a new feed in any format you choose.
MagpieRSS is an RSS and Atom parser for PHP. It is compatible with RSS 0.9 through RSS 1.0. Also parses RSS 1.0's modules, RSS 2.0, and Atom. It is easy to use, has transparent caching (so your pages load faster) and is extremely configurable, modular and secure.
zFeeder: Simple, customizable, PHP feedreader (aggregator) to integrate news from others RSS syndication pages on your website, intranet, desktop or WAP (wml) site. It can be integrated with other CMS or weblog management systems.
rss2html is a PHP script that can be used to display an RSS feed's contents on a webpage. Advantages: Always displays the most current information from your RSS feed. Search engine spider and robot friendly. Will run on any webserver that supports PHP. Easy to implement. Requirements: Website, RSS 2.0, .93, .92, .91, or .90 feed. Caching is enabled for paying users only.
RSSxl - Convert an HTML Web Page to RSS. This online tool generates an RSS 2.0 Feed from pretty well any web page.
KickRSS takes multiple RSS or ATOM feeds, combines them, and displays them as a single RSS feed or a webpage at an easy-to-remember URL.
RSS Mix takes multiple RSS or ATOM feeds, combines them, and provides them either as a new RSS feed or a HTML snippet ready to place on your homepage. Excellent, clean and fast. Highly recommended.
rss2html: A free PHP script, converts RSS feeds to HTML. Users can create webpages that will always display the most current information from the RSS feed, and because the resulting page is pure HTML, it will be in a format friendly to search engine robots. Using rss2html.php webmasters can customize the format and look of the web page created from the feed. The RSS feed's contents can easily be integrated into an existing website's theme.
RSSmesh allows you to produce an RSS feed by taking the latest items from multiple feeds.
FutureRSS only displays items thats dates have passed. Allowing web publishers to prepublish content weeks or even month's in advance, knowing that the content will automatically be displayed at the appropriate time. Publishers can control the publication date, syndicating contents well in advance.