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Welcome to Awasu

The Awasu main window Awasu is a state-of-the-art feed reader that comes loaded with features for both casual personal use and professional, high-powered information management.

Find out more below or check out Awasu's unique end-to-end information management features that give you complete control over your information as it moves around the Internet.


Innovative RSS
Powerful RSS
Your RSS

If you're looking for something to read your favorite blogs and news channels with, Awasu offers both power and flexibility and is far and away one of your best choices. It comes with:

  • a modern and fully customizable user interface.
  • individually configurable channels.
  • advanced features to manage your channels.
  • content archiving, coupled with an advanced search engine.

You can also do many other things like:

  • automatically download your favorite podcasts.
  • integrate with your blogging tools.
  • automatically keep your blogroll up-to-date.
  • keep working even when you're not online.
  • actively monitor your feeds for things you're interested in.
  • bookmark and annotate items.
  • keep multiple copies of Awasu in sync with each other, and even other feed readers.
  • take information out of Awasu and republish it.

Take the tour or check out the detailed feature list for more information.


Awasu has become mission critical in our organization. We rely on Awasu for all of our RSS needs.
There are no RSS readers as granular, pretty, customizable and well-supported as Awasu.
I bought the Pro version and love it. To anyone considering a trial, it's amazing.
I've been using Awasu Pro daily for a couple of years and continue to think it's excellent/outstanding/superb. Thanks!
I've tried at a lot of desktop-based feed readers, and I keep coming back to Awasu. I really love the extensibility of Awasu.
Kevin B. Long (via email)