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We've compiled a list of 278 free and paid alternatives to Sourcerer. The primary competitors include Google Reader, Inoreader. In addition to these, users also draw comparisons between Sourcerer and NewsBlur, The Old Reader, Flipboard. Also you can look at other similar options here: News and Books Solutions.


Google Reader was a Web-based aggregator, capable of reading Atom and RSS feeds online or offline.

Dive into your favorite content. The content reader for power users who want to save time.

NewsBlur
Open Source

NewsBlur is a personal news reader that brings people together to talk about the world.

The Old Reader is a web based RSS reader, something like https://alternativeto.

Your Personal Magazine. Find, follow and flip stories that change your world.

Tiny Tiny RSS
Open Source

Web-based news feed aggregator, designed to allow you to read news from any location, while feeling...

RSSOwl
Free Open Source

Powerful RSS / RDF / Atom News Reader

A news reader for the Mac with support for various sync services.

Feedbin
Open Source

Feedbin is an RSS reader with a beautiful reading experience.

Soucerer is a news reader that lets you decide what matters most to you.

Sourcerer Platforms

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Sourcerer Overview

Sourcerer is a RSS news reader that treats all sources equally, unless you say otherwise. So your must-read sources will always appear first. And any other sources will not be shown again until you have seen the updates of all the other ones.

Sourcerer Features

tick-square Feed Reader
tick-square News aggregator
tick-square Import feeds from OPML

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Sourcerer Tags

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