RSS reader client like LDR for Inoreader.
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RSS reader client for Inoreader.

It aim to work on browser/electron.



  • Fast read
    • Prefetch contents
    • Mark as "read" at idle time
  • Customizable by UserScript
    • We will provide some API like window.getActiveItem for UserScript.
  • Allow of other RSS reader API like Feedly
    • Domain model should not depended on Inoreader
  • Welcome to Pull Request!


  1. Open
  2. Redirect to Inoreader auth page
  3. Authorize if you want to use inoreader
  4. Load your feed!

Custom OAuth Client Id/Client Secret

If you want to your Client ID/Secret, do following steps

  1. Visit
  2. Open "Preferences"
  3. Open "Developer" tab
  4. Create new App
    • "Redirect URL" is not required
    • "Scoped": Read and Write
  5. Copy Client Id and Client Secret

Create new App

You paste the Client ID and secret to Irodr Authorization.

Irodr Authorization

UserScript API

Irodr provide some UserScript API for UserScript like Greasemonkey.

  • window.addEventListener("userscript-init", (event) => { /* Initialize UseScript object */ })
  • window.userScript.getActiveContent(): UserScriptActiveContent | undefined
  • window.userScript.getActiveSubscription(): UserScriptActiveSubscription | undefined
  • window.userScript.triggerKey(keys: string, action?: string): void

For more details, see UserScript API document.

πŸ“ Notes



Run following command and open local server.

npm start
open http://localhost:13245/

πŸ“ CORS workaround

Production work on Netlify. Netlify support CORS proxy

Local server

This project use the server that avoid CORS for Inoreader.

npm start

Browser extension

πŸ“ Mixed-content is also But, https can not embed http content by mixed-content rule.


Run pwmetrics.

npm run pwmerics


See Releases page.

Running tests

Install devDependencies and Run npm test:

npm i -d && npm test


Pull requests and stars are always welcome.

For bugs and feature requests, please create an issue.

  1. Fork it!
  2. Create your feature branch: git checkout -b my-new-feature
  3. Commit your changes: git commit -am 'Add some feature'
  4. Push to the branch: git push origin my-new-feature
  5. Submit a pull request :D



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