The smart RSS Reader that automatically groups similar articles.

Nooshub cleans up your newsfeed by grouping articles that are very similar. It was built to make it easy for you to compare different viewports on the same topic. Of course you can follow your favorite newspaper, blog or even youtube channel and create your own personal feeds from it. You can also follow readymade collections that were handpicked by us. No advertisement, no social features, just information.

At a Glance

  • Groups similar content so you can easily read about a topic from different sources (beta)*
  • Automatically finds top news in your newsfeed and shows them at the top (alpha)*
  • 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
  • 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
* If you add new feeds in a different language or with a new topic it takes time until our algorithm has enough data. 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 you favorite podcasts and play them in place.

Classic minimal Design

It looks like a newspaper, all functionality is hidden in the settings. No buttons to accidentally push. Of course it also works on mobile or tablet.

Readymade Collections

For many topics there are collections featuring handpicked feeds. You can 'fork' them and create your own version to get started quickly. If you already have a OPML file you can import it easily to a new collection.

Reuters: Top News | 11 Dec 00:28

Google CEO defends 'integrity' of products ahead of testimony

The chief executive officer of Alphabet Inc's Google on Monday defended the integrity of the company's products a day ahead of a congressional hearing where he is expected to face tough questions from U.S. lawmakers.

Reuters: Top News | 11 Dec 00:20

Reluctant U.S. Supreme Court on collision course with Trump

The U.S. Supreme Court's reluctance to take up new cases on volatile social issues is putting it on a collision course with President Donald Trump, whose Justice Department is trying to rush such disputes through the appeals system to get them before the nine justices as quickly as possible.