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Cheetah News

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Cheetah News

Cheetah News is a free web-based personal news aggregator, capable of reading Atom and RSS feeds online. It was founded in July 2005 by Wojciech Polak. Cheetah News is optimized for reading and managing large feed lists.[1]


  • Features 1
  • Requirements 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5


Here are some of the features that are now included in Cheetah News:

  • Sophisticated keyboard shortcuts system for main functions
  • Feeds search interface
  • Notes and bookmarks organizer module
  • Quick weather forecast report
  • Feed entries social-sharing feature
  • On-the-fly feed entries language translations
  • Feeds organized by folders
  • GeoRSS support
  • RSS enclosures viewer
  • Full OpenID support
  • Import and export subscription lists as an OPML file

Cheetah News is available in 6 languages, including Catalan, English, Esperanto, Spanish, Polish, and Ukrainian.


Cheetah News requires one of the following web browsers to work:

In all cases, JavaScript must be enabled for Cheetah News to work.

Account registration is free.

See also


  1. ^ "Official Cheetah News Blog: About Cheetah News"

External links

  • Cheetah News
  • Cheetah News Blog
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