RSS Feeds Afford Users Endless Freedoms

Did you know that, according to DOMO research, Facebook users share 684,478 posts, Twitter users submit 100,000 tweets, and people all over the world publish 571 new websites, all in as little as a minute? There is a wide breadth of information and content on the web, and knowing exactly what you want to find, and where to find it, can be difficult. RSS news feeds make it simple again. An RSS feed directory list takes a lot of information, gathers it into a single place, and makes it accessible to the average user. What can you expect from RSS technology?

All of the News

The popularity of RSS technology can be largely attributed to the The New York Times. The news source adopted the then relatively new technology, and news outlets and media groups quickly followed suit. Today, CNN, the BBC, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Fox, and more, all offer convenient RSS feeds.

Flexible Formatting

One of the greatest perks of RSS technology is its flexibility. Users can choose from reading RSS feeds on a number of different RSS readers, e-readers, tablets, and more. In fact, one of the latest apps, Flipboard syncs feeds and content in a very aesthetically pleasing way, mimicking the layout of a digital magazine. Even social media platforms offer some form of RSS technology. Social media and review site GoodReads, for example, syncs journal and blog entries from users’ favorite authors (off-site content) onto users’ news feeds.

Internet goers do not have to confine themselves to the written word, either. RSS feed lists take on a number of different forms. RSS feeds can incorporate print, audio, and visual formats. Modern apps even afford readers the freedom of listening to RSS feeds entirely hands-free. The apps convert print into audio files, and use voice commands as the primary means of navigation.

Feeds for websites, or RSS feed directory lists, afford users an endless amount of freedoms. Users can easily sync and read news from a number of different news sources, or they can select from print, audio, and visual formats, on a number of different sites, RSS readers, e-readers, or tablets, to get their news.