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Do you want to be able to read tweets from the people you follow in your favorite RSS feed reader? If so, then you should check out a very useful application called Twitter RSS.

get rss feed of twitter user

Twitter RSS is a free to use web service. The function of the web application is quite obvious by its name – it converts Twitter information into an RSS feed. More specifically, the web app takes as input a username of any Twitter user. The application then scans for the public tweets related to that username and then it processes that search string. The next thing the app does is transform that search string into an RSS feed.

If you are using a browser like Mozilla Firefox, the RSS feed will be displayable and you will be shown an option to subscribe to the feed. This option is built into the web browser so it depends on which web browser you are using. But if that option is not shown, you can copy the URL off the address bar and then use it in your favorite desktop or online RSS feed reader.

twitter rss

In order to use the application, all you have to do is type in a username that has public tweets e.g. MakeUseOf. Then you click on the button labeled “Get RSS”.  The RSS feed will be shown in the subsequent page. The entire process does not involve signing up or registering for any new accounts.



  • A user friendly web service.
  • Converts Twitter information to RSS feeds.
  • Converts public tweets of typed username to feed.
  • Does not ask you to sign up for any new accounts.
  • Related; ReadTwit, TwitterToRSS.

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  1. George
    July 4, 2013 at 8:42 am is gone for sure.
    I am using to get my twitter RSS feeds - it appears to work fine.

    However they seem to be under heavy load as per the note posted on their home-page.

  2. Chris
    June 28, 2013 at 4:12 am

    Tweetledee is an approach to the "old" Twitter RSS feeds that works after the Twitter 1.1 API change:

  3. Hgurdy
    June 12, 2013 at 5:46 pm

    OH MY GOSH! Whoever provided this, I bow to you, it's absolutely brilliant and generous. Even though it's been less than 24 hours since Twitter retired the old API , I was sooo lost without my rss feeds in my reader and I could not find one single answer on the Twitter Developer Blogs. You guys ROCK!

  4. martin
    May 10, 2013 at 4:48 am

    twitter provide this already.....
    My feed is available via