Version: 3.0.2 :3139437: || Release Date: 2015-12-30 || License: Other Open Source Developer: Steve Palmer, Jeff Johnson, Michael Stroeck | App Owner: mstroeck

The richly-featured free and open source RSS/Atom reader for the Mac. Keep up to date with all your favorite blogs.

Vienna is a freeware, open source RSS/Atom newsreader for the Mac OS X operating system. It provides features comparable to commercial newsreaders, but both it and the source code are freely available for download.

A summary of some of its features:

  • Subscribe to Atom/RSS news feeds and podcasts.
  • Simple and intuitive user interface.
  • Built-in tabbed browser.
  • Smart folders for organising related feed articles.
  • Custom article display styles.
  • Three separate reading layouts.
  • Blogging integration.
  • Filter the displayed articles.
  • Manual reordering of the subscription list.
  • Full AppleScript support.
  • Localised into several languages.

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43 Opinions

to me is one of the best RSS readers on every platform .... now if it only could use the gekco engine instead of webkit i'd die as an happy man :-)

To me, this is the best priced (free), cleanest, and best RSS reader on the Mac.

This is fantastic. I've tried newsreaders in the past and kept going back to the browser, but I'm sticking with Vienna. Fantastic.

I'd bought and been using NNW for ages - until they required me to sign up for an account with NewsGator just to continue using software I'd already bought. So I switched to Vienna, which is a little buggy at times but otherwise great. A worthy and less evil replacement.

Just goes to show it doesn't matter how great your product is if you act like an ass you'll lose customers.

great software, and free. has everything you need in a reader. also, I've noticed that when you click on the link for a site's RSS feed, it will read "add in NetNewsWire," and you can click on it and automatically add it to Vienna

The best David to beat all those shareware Goliaths

This beats the other "big name" RSS readers hands down, no competition. The best feature, IMHO, is that it supports Smart Folders which allow me to keep betetr track of what I have and haven't read.

This is the first RSS reader that I downloaded and installed on my Mac, and I see no reason to use anything else. It's fast, handles all of my feeds with no hiccups, and never gives me any hassles.

Love it, imported my NetNewsWire OPML file without a hiccup. Best of all, it's open source!

It is very nice but it lacks a "small" feature I've found in NNW: the TextMate RSS feed has a link to the latest build for download and Vienna doesn't show it so I have to run NNW to get it... Great app anyway.

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