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CommaFeed
Commafeed Logo
Commafeed Logo
Commafeed.com screenshot
Commafeed.com screenshot
Original author(s) Jérémie Panzer[1]
Written in Java
Operating system Multi-platform
Available in Multi-languages[2][3]
Type Feed Reader
License Apache License, Version 2.0
Website commafeed.com sourcecode

CommaFeed is a free and open source feed reader. It is a web application which can be self hosted on a web server or used through commafeed.com.[4][5][6][7][8][9] It has clean responsive design supporting desktop, tablet and mobile browser simultaneously. An Android News+ client is also available.[10] It supports right-to-left feeds.

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