morss.it - Full-text RSS

Get more out of RSS feeds, for free

Turn any truncated RSS feed (which only provides a small intro), into a full-text RSS feed (with full articles). If needed, turn any web page into a RSS feed.

Some examples of feeds you can use:

http://feeds.bbci.co.uk/news/rss.xml
http://rss.cnn.com/rss/edition.rss
https://news.ycombinator.com/rss
https://en.wikipedia.org/w/api.php?action=featuredfeed&feed=featured&feedformat=atom

Some examples of websites you can use:

https://apnews.com/apf-topnews
https://getpocket.com/explore/
https://www.itu.int/en/mediacentre/pages/all-pr.aspx
https://www.fcbarcelona.com/en/football/first-team/news

FAQ

What does this website do?

The goal of this website is to improve RSS feeds. A lot of newspapers only provide a small intro of their articles in their RSS feeds (to force users to visit their websites). However this is not really convenient and undermines the whole point of using RSS feeds. Therefore morss.it turns those shortened RSS feeds into feeds with full articles.

Also some newspapers don't provide RSS feeds at all. morss.it makes it possible to quickly create a RSS feed for such websites with an easy to use interface.

What are RSS feeds anyway?

RSS/Atom feeds provide a powerful and convenient tool to receive newsletters from your favorite websites and newspapers without flooding your mailbox and without relying on Facebook/Twitter/Google.

News from RSS feeds can be read with newsreaders, which are available for virtually all platforms (PC, Mac, Android, iOS). They can provide handy features, such as an offline mode for easy use in subways.

What if the tool doesn't work with a website?

For some "large" websites (Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, etc.), you might want to use rss Bridge to get the feeds, as these websites are hard to scrap and require API access. (Please note that rss Bridge is not affiliated/related to morss.it in any way. rss Bridge is however free & open source.)

Although morss.it can build custom RSS feeds for websites, we recommend that you use the RSS feeds provided by the websites. Here are some tips to find it:

If nothing works, please report it here.

Source code: git.pictuga.com
License: GNU AGPLv3 (open source)
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