Help Center: RSS feeds
What is RSS?
RSS is an alternative method for receiving and publishing news on the Internet. There are several different ways to use RSS feeds which are briefly described below. For a more in depth explanation and further resources please visit the Wikipedia entry for RSS.
Currently there are three different methods to view RSS feeds:
Using your web browsers built in RSS reader
Almost all of the latest version web browsers support reading RSS feeds, and each browser will display feeds slightly different to one another. First, check your browser version as it may already support RSS. The latest version of the browsers listed below all have built in RSS reader support or visit the Wikipedia link for a comprehensive list:
Using a web based RSS reader service
Web based RSS readers enable you to use virtually any computer with an internet connection to view and organise your feed subscriptions. The advantage being you don't have to download or install any software which can be handy if you are using a slow connection. Some web based readers are listed below or visit the Wikipedia.org link for a comprehensive list:
Installing RSS reading software
Installing an RSS client on your computer is a third option. Feeds are displayed in a similar way to email and some email clients already have built in support or have an add-on available. There are many client based RSS readers and some are listed below. For a more comprehensive list and comparison please visit the Wikipedia.org link.