Free your feed from authentication or invalid SSL certificates for use in the feed reader of your choice.

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Have you ever wanted to view an RSS or ATOM feed in a web based feed reader such as Google Reader or Bloglines, but could not because the feed required user authentication or used an invalid SSL certificate?

Well this site aims to be your solution. Using the form above, enter in the feed url, your username and password and then submit. You will be taken to a new page with an alternate URL for your use.

This site does not require that you include a username or password. If you want to use this for all of your feeds, whether they require user authentication, are protected by https or whatever, feel free to do so.

If you want to make the URL shorter I suggest using


Usernames, passwords, feed URLs and feeds are never stored on the server. Usernames, passwords and feed URLs are only parsed from the alternate URL to retrieve your feed on the fly from the original source and then are discarded.

Please be mindful about the use of this alternate URL. It is inadvisable to share your personalized alternate URL with anyone. Sharing your URL will give users unrestricted access to your feed which will compromize its security.

In addition FreeMyFeed cannot be held accountable for the way that the feed is used or missused. FreeMyFeed only provides a way for users to access their authenticated feeds and does not provide a way of securing this feed from unauthorized use. It is the users responsibility to use this service responsibly.


FreeMyFeed Version 1.3 Release Soon

We will be releasing FreeMyFeed version 1.3 soon. There aren’t many differences in feed handling to the new version, but the site should be a little faster, and improved [...]

-by Matt on 19 Jan 2010 10:04:19 GMT

New Milestone Reached and User Submitted Usage Data

It has been some time since our last post but we wanted to take a moment to announce another milestone and to provide some user submitted usage data. FreeMyFeed has, in [...]

-by Matt on 16 Apr 2009 11:42:16 GMT


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