Tiny Tiny RSS is an open source web-based RSS reader that you can install on a server and then access it from multiple computers/devices. Since it's self-hosted, you're in control of your data and don't have to worry that the service may be discontinued, like it happened with Google Reader (and almost happened with The Old Reader).
With a bit of a delay (sorry!), the latest Tiny Tiny RSS 1.9 is now available in our PPA for Ubuntu 13.04, 12.10 and 12.04, backported from Ubuntu 13.10. This release comes with new icons, a new plugin which adds a feed for all articles shared by url, various parser bugfixes and more.
Tiny Tiny RSS 1.9 changes:
- Minor bugfixes;
- Various parser bugfixes;
- Parser: support xml:base in atom feeds;
- Parser: add support for libxml with problematic handling of character encodings (affects several NAS devices);
- Fixed several bugs when migrating filters using OPML;
- Minor performance improvements;
- Added Korean translation;
- Improved Russian translation;
- Other translations updated;
- Integrated Silk icons by Mark James;
- Added plugin which adds a feed for all articles shared by url;
- Allow unsharing and changing URLs for individual articles;
- Floating title more consistent with the rest of the UI, enable floating title for expandable combined mode;
- Licensed under GPL v3.
Install and configure Tiny Tiny RSS in Ubuntu
Because the installation / configuration process has quite a few steps, I won't post them here so for how to install Tiny Tiny RSS in Ubuntu, see our previous article: Tiny Tiny RSS Ubuntu PPA.