Quotirss: RSS reader for Linux Desktop


Open source RSS / atom reader. It can run on windows, Linux and MAC. It is written in C + + / Qt. It has many special functions.

The interface of quotirss reminds me of Lotus Notes mail. There will be a lot of RSS information arranged on the right panel. You can group them by tags. When you click an RSS item, the information will be displayed in the lower panel.

In addition to the above functions, it also has many functions, such as an advertisement blocker, a newspaper view, and importing RSS feeds through URL. You can find the complete function list here.

Install quotirss on Ubuntu and Linux MINT

Quotirss is available in Ubuntu 14.04 and Linux Mint 17. You can easily install it from the following command line:

sudo apt-get install quiterss

If you want to install the latest stable version, you can use the official quotation RSS PPA:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:quiterss/quitersssudo apt-get updatesudo apt-get install quiterss

The above commands support all distributions based on Ubuntu, such as Linux mint, elementary OS, Linux Lite, pinguy OS, etc. For other Linux distributions and platforms, you can get the source code from the download page to install.

Uninstall quotirss

Uninstall quoteress with the following command:

sudo apt-get remove quiterss

If you use PPA, you should also delete the warehouse from the source list:

sudo add-apt-repository --remove ppa:quiterss/quiterss

Quotirss is a good open source RSS reader, although I prefer feedly. But now feedly doesn’t have a Linux desktop program, but you can still use it in a web browser. I hope you’ll find quotirss worth a try on desktop Linux. Thank you for reading, hope to help you, please continue to pay attention to developer, we will try to share more excellent articles.