The Feed Reader that automatically groups similar articles.

Nooshub can group articles from your RSS feeds that are similar. That makes it easy for you to compare different viewports on the same topic. It also cleans your feeds and helps to detect trending topics. You can follow your favorite newspapers, blogs or podcasts and create your own personal pages from it. You can also follow readymade collections that were picked by us or adjust them to make them your own.

At a Glance

  • Groups similar content so you can easily read about a topic from different sources *
  • Automatically finds top news in your newsfeed and shows them at the top *
  • Search through your feeds
  • UI optimized for all devices
  • Automatic dark mode for better reading experience at night
  • Readymade collections for you to use and adjust
  • OPML import and export
  • Listen to podcasts in the app
  • Realtime notifications for new articles
  • Images are catched from the source and served by our servers through a secure connection
  • No advertisement, tracking or other 3rd party scripts
* Currently usable for english and german. You can turn off clustering for each feed collection.

Stay up to Date, hassle-free

Nooshub shows which collections have new articles in realtime, and lets you search through all articles from the past. You can also use it for your favorite podcasts and play them in place.

Minimal Design

It looks like a newspaper and all settings are hidden in the backend. The app is optimized to work on mobile phones or tablets, and we have a dark mode 🦇

Readymade Collections

For many topics there are collections made by us with the best feeds we found. You can follow them or 'fork' them and create your own version to get started quickly. If you already have a OPML file you can import it to easily create new collections.

The Guardian | 22 Apr 17:55

Stoke v Norwich, Hull v Sheffield United and more: Football League – live!

Easter Monday updates from the Championship and beyond Live scores: all the goals from the Bank Holiday fixtures Email Michael here . Tweet @michaelbutler18 4.55pm BST That’s that for Rotherham, who look destined for relegation now after taking the lead today. They’ve got West Brom and Boro to play in their final two games, and are three points off safety/Millwall. 4.53pm BST Chris Wilder’s side do the business. They have held up their end, Leeds kick off in just under half an hour at Brentford. Continue reading...

The Guardian | 22 Apr 17:28

Zelenskiy’s victory in Ukraine was extraordinary. But now he faces a real test | Katya Gorchinskaya

The new president’s promise to take on the establishment will lead to questions over the oligarch who backed him On Sunday night, Volodymyr Zelenskiy jumped up and down on stage as exit poll results flashed on a giant screen behind him. He now knew he would be Ukraine’s next president . Zelenskiy kissed his wife, high-fived his team, and turned around to send his first message via hundreds of reporters and TV cameras that crammed his election headquarters. It was meant for the post-Soviet countries: “Look at us, anything is possible.” Related: Comedian wins landslide victory in Ukrainian presidential election Continue reading...

The Guardian | 22 Apr 17:24

Why are middle-aged marathon runners faster than twentysomethings?

According to new data from the running app Strava, runners in their 40s are streets ahead of younger rivals According to data released by the running app Strava, middle-aged runners consistently average faster marathon times than their younger rivals, apparently defying the usual rules of athletic performance. Men in the 40-49 age bracket clock an average time of four hours and 17 minutes for a marathon, according to the recent figures. Women in the same age range typically come in at just under the five-hour mark. In both instances, middle-aged runners outperform runners in their 20s, with fortysomething men and women more than two minutes and one minute faster than their younger peers, respectively. And, the data seems to suggest why: more hours spent pounding the pavements. Contin...

The Guardian | 22 Apr 17:19

Lyra McKee: friends stage protest outside offices of Saoradh

Supporters of killed journalist daub red paint on republican party’s Derry headquarters Friends of the journalist Lyra McKee have staged a protest outside the Derry offices of Saoradh, a republican party that reflects New IRA thinking, underlining a continuing revulsion against the group after her killing . McKee, an investigative journalist and author, was standing beside a police Land Rover observing a riot in the Creggan area of Derry last week when she was shot dead. She was 29. Continue reading...