Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Lifrea 1.11.17 Released. Ubuntu, Linux Mint.

Liferea is an open source news reader or news aggregator application that supports a wide range of news feeds and feed formats. It’s specifically designed for Linux machines. The application tries to fill the gap between other similar programs, by creating a fast, easy-to-install and easy to configure/use news aggregator solution for Linux operating systems

Source Lifrea Homepage.

Lifrea Changelog.

  • Add support for media:group.
  • Fixes issues with media:content.
  • Bad .desktop categories definition
  • Fixes rules no visible in searchdialog
  • No “Download” tab in Tools/Preferences
  • Segfault when sorting feeds in folder
  • Fixes French translation
  • Updated manpage
It can display news from an entire category or from a single feed entry. Feeds can be organized in categories or single entries. When viewing an entry, the entire article is displayed by default, including the header image. You can search the entire news database for a specific keyword, change various aspects of a category or entry, modify the source type, change cache settings, or use a proxy. Pop-up notifications and system tray support are also implemented.

The latest version is 1.11.17

To install Lifrea just run the following commands via your systems Terminal.

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:klaus-vormweg/ppa
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install liferea

That's all enjoy!

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