RSS feeds let you stay in touch with the latest updates on your favorite websites. But not all RSS readers let you conveniently do this. Often readers clutter RSS feeds and make it difficult for you to find what you are looking for. An exception to this is a web service called Q-Sensei FeedBooster.
Q-Sensei FeedBooster is a web service completely free to use. The site acts as a reader for your RSS feeds. After creating an account on the site you start adding your RSS feeds by typing the URLs or by importing them from your Google Reader account. Entries from your feeds are then organized into blocks that appear on your dashboard and these blocks take you to the original webpage of a feed entry. Blocks also offer sharing buttons to share the entries on social networks.
Filtering options available on the left and top let you easily filter feeds by date, tag, and author. You can use these options to customize the feed entries shown and find exactly the entries that interest you.
- A user-friendly web service.
- Lets you read RSS feeds.
- Organizes feed entries into neat blocks.
- Blocks provide sharing options.
- Filtration of feeds is customizable.
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Check out Q-Sensei FeedBooster @ www.feeds.qsensei.com