5 Best Google Chrome RSS Feed Extensions

Google Chrome RSS Feed Extensions

RSS Feed helps the visitors to subscribe to a particular blog or website to get updates. Visitors subscribe to an RSS Feed using an RSS reader which could be web-based, desktop-based, or a mobile device-based. Today you can hardly find a website or blog without having an RSS Feed. If you are a regular Google Chrome user, you can use any of the following extensions to subscribe and manage RSS Feeds of your favorite blogs or websites:
(Please browse though Google Chrome to install the extensions!)

  1. Slick RSS

    Slick RSS is my favorite RSS Reader extension in Google Chrome. It’s a full featured RSS reader integrated within the browser.
    Features:

    • Supports both RSS and Atom feeds.

    • Discovers both RSS and Atom feeds within pages (with finder installed).
    • You can manage feeds manually or use a bookmark folder.
    • If you manage manually you can set a sort order and max items per feed.
    • Imports OPML files into the manager, or your bookmark folder.
    • Supports read later functionality (favorites).
    • Supports custom date formats.
    • Can display read items as gray or title only.
    • Supports 1 to 4 columns.
    • Supports blocking of objects, images and iframes in feeds.
    • Feed links always open in a new tab.

    Add to Chrome

  2. RSS Live Links

    Another widely used extension to manage RSS Feeds in Google Chrome. It gives you a Firefox-style RSS Live Bookmarks in Google Chrome which provides bookmark-like links to items from configured RSS feeds. You can read your feeds’ headlines directly from a menu-style pop-up without having to go to the home page or a specialized reader.
    Features:

    • Automatic visual and audible notification of updates to subscribed feeds.

    • Menu-style pop-up list of subscribed feeds, with visual distinction between new, unread, and read feeds.
    • Click on a feed to see a list of its items, with visual distinction between new, unread, and read items.
    • Configurable “visual distinction” options for each “seen-state”.
    • Bulk open actions.
    • Support for “real” Live Bookmarks (i.e. a bookmark folder for each feed with regularly updated contents).

    Add to Chrome

  3. Google Reader RSS Subscriber

    It allows you to subscribe to the RSS feed in Google Reader by pressing one button.
    Add to Chrome

  4. RSS Subscription Extension

    It adds a one-click subscription button to your toolbar for easy subscription.
    Add to Chrome

  5. Foxish Live RSS

    It provides an RSS feed reader in the style of Firefox’s Live Bookmarks.
    Add to Chrome

Enjoy Subscribing and Reading! :)

4 Comments

  1. I have just recently moved over from Firefox to Chrome and i have been looking for good information on extensions for Chrome and especially RSS extensions.
    Using Rss feeds can be extremely powerful way of driving traffic to a website if done right. This is great for me finding this site.

  2. Google Reader Rss Feed is a nice tool for readers to remain up to date with the Blog Latest Posts

  3. jag vill ha en rss läsare med en sök ruta som i Internet explorer .där man kan gå in på en webb plats för att söka en speciell nyhet det går nämligen fortare än att söka genom webbsidans sök ruta. på tex dn.se
    abonnera är jag inte intresserad av och om jag vill göra det sätter jag in det Igoogle
    mycket bättre eftersom jag har sidan som startsida

  4. @Anders ljungberg
    Jag föreslår att du använder Firefox eller Google Chrome om du söker för olika typer av RSS-anknytningar. Du kan besöka sina respektive utvidgningar sidan för att söka och lägga till relevanta anknytningar.
    Good Luck.

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