4 RSS Aggregator Tools You Can Use to Combine Multiple RSS Feeds

How to Merge Two or More RSS Feeds Into One

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It's not easy to keep track of multiple RSS feeds from all the blogs or news sites you love. If you have this problem, combining multiple RSS feeds into a single feed is a simple solution.

Likewise, if you own more than one blog but don’t want to bother your readers by asking them to subscribe to several separate RSS feeds, you can aggregate the feeds from all the blogs or sites you run to combine them into one feed with the help of an RSS aggregator tool.

An RSS aggregator pulls together all your feeds into one main feed, which updates as you publish new content on the blogs that are included in that feed.

Here are four free aggregator tools you can use to create your own aggregated feed.


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What We Like
  • Website contains links to other helpful RSS tools.

  • Easy to embed generated feeds onto websites as widgets.

What We Don't Like
  • Bare bones interface with limited options for customization.

Combining several feeds into one feed is simple with RSS Mix. All you do is enter the full URL address of each particular feed—one on each line—and then press the button. You can combine up to 100 feeds. RSS Mix generates an address for your aggregated feed, which you can use to keep your readers updated on everything, all in one place.

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RSS Mixer

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 RSS Mixer

What We Like
  • Flexible and affordable premium plans.

  • Optimized for iPhones and other Apple devices.

What We Don't Like
  • Limited options to manage existing feeds; it's often easier to make a new one.

  • Lacks a search tool.

RSS Mixer is an option that's limited, but still worth trying out. It gives users a super-fast and simple solution to mixing their feeds in only seconds. The free version allows you to mix up to three feeds that update just once daily, but you can upgrade to mix up to 30 feeds that update every hour for a low monthly fee. Just give your main feed a name, type in a description, and enter the URLs for the

you want to include. Click to create your mixed feed and you're all set.

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Feed Killer

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What We Like
  • Very user friendly interface.

  • Website includes a list of recently created feeds.

What We Don't Like
  • Only allows you to mix up to 5 different RSS feeds.

  • Some links on the website are broken.

Feed Killer is an easy tool to use for combining RSS feeds. Combine as many feeds as you want by entering the full URL into separate input labels. What’s different about Feed Killer is that you can choose how many stories you want to show up in the custom feed. Press

to add as many feeds as you like, and then press

to create your custom aggregated feed.

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Feed Informer

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What We Like
  • Thorough tutorials and documentation.

  • Part of the FeedDigest family of free RSS services.

What We Don't Like
  • Requires you to sign up and provide an email address.

  • More complicated to use than other options.

Feed Informer offers several different RSS feed-combining services. If you’re looking to combine a few feeds quickly, sign up for an account and then use

to enter the

to the RSS feeds you want to combine. You can also choose output options, customize your aggregated feed template, and publish your feed digest.

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