RSS Search Engine to Search RSS Feeds

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DatoRSS is a powerful RSS search engine to search RSS feeds. Here you can use it like other search engines such as Google or Bing, the only difference here is that here it brings you the website and RSS feed URLs matching the search keywords. It takes search terms from you and then pulls results from the RSS feeds of blogs, news websites for you. With this, you can discover new websites and blogs publishing some awesome top quality content related to sports, entertainment, medicines, etc.

Every time you search something using it, it returns you the best results with the feed rank parameter. In order to use it, you don’t have to sign up or something. You just use it like any search engine and get an RSS feed URL in return. If you still use RSS then you can add those feeds in your favorite RSS feed reader software or android app. For now, it doesn’t have a huge amount of data to show you results from but still, it works nicely.

RSS Search Engine to Search RSS Feeds

How to Search RSS Feeds?

Using DatoRSS to search for RSS feeds is actually very easy. You can just access its main homepage from here and then you can simply enter a search term. Apart from this, if you just want to give it a test run then there is an option on its main UI to see some random results that it can pull.

DatoRSS Interface

You can just enter the search keywords and see it in action there. The results are paginated and you can see the feed rank next to each result. To open a website, simply click on any result that it has pulled or you can copy the RSS feed URL. There is a small RSS icon is displayed below each result that you can use to get the RSS feed URL from which the result is pulled.

DatoRSS in action

Above, you can see how you can use this simple RSS search engine to search for RSS feeds. Also, the API that it uses under the hood is open-source. So if you want to see the technical implementation of the serac then you can see the GitHub page.

Final words:

A lot of people sill use RSS feeds including me and if you are one of the RSS users then you can just give DatoRSS a try. You will surely discover some new sites that you will definitely want to add to your subscriptions. Overall the design and functionality is very nice and I hope there would be some more features in the coming updates.

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