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Ever tried to susbcribe to a website but couldn’t because it didn’t offer any RSS feeds? Next time you come across such a website try using Feedity. This handy web app lets you create a fully-functional RSS feed for almost any webpage. Simply copy and paste the web page URL into provided field and click on ‘Preview’ button. In the next step you will be able to preview and if necessary refine the generated feed further. Once you’re satisfied with the results, proceed to ‘Get feed’ to add the new feed to your feedreader. I have tested Feedity by trying to generate an RSS feed for www.drudgereport.com. It worked!

Feedity - Subscribe to Sites that Don't Offer RSS Feeds

Features:

  • Instantly generate RSS feed for any website that does not have them.
  • Advanced refining options that lets you finetune generated feed.
  • Create feeds to monitor changes in certain page blogs.
  • No registration required. However registered users can manage and edit your feeds at one place.

Check out Feedity @ www.feedity.com

  1. gilles
    January 24, 2009 at 1:11 pm

    A good benchmark could be done on these pages:
    journaldunet.com/solutions/breve/securite/
    achats.defense.gouv.fr/Avis-et-annonces,13763
    between Feedity and RssMecano.com!

    Just take a look at the RssMecano result for JDN page:
    rssmecano.com/rssmecano.php?fil=6a7c073dc0a9bac258e8bfe319a5bfd2
    This result is obtained only with the page address and nothing else!
    No comment!

  2. JoshUCLA
    June 11, 2008 at 5:43 pm

    Cool tool! There are Page2rss and feed43 which are similar, but I love Feedity for its simplicity and better results. Mix it up with Yahoo Pipes and you can fetch data from virtually any web site.

  3. Saner
    June 11, 2008 at 1:48 pm

    Similar to page2rss.com.

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