http://www.feedsapi.org is a webservice that makes it easy to create, read and share Ad-free full text rss feeds and deliver news into email inboxes in real-...
|Scooped by Robin Good|
If you use RSS feeds like I do to subscribe to your favorite news sources you know exactly how frustrating is to have partial, truncated RSS feeds that bring to you only the opening part of an article.
FeedsAPI comes to the rescue by offering the ability to instantly convert any truncated RSS feed into a full one and making it as easy as possible to get any of those RSS feeds directly into your email inbox.
From Lifehacker: "Truncated feeds can be a bummer, especially if you really enjoy reading your favorite blogs via RSS.
FeedsAPI is a service that will take any truncated RSS feed, expand it to a full-text feed, and then deliver the resulting stories directly to your inbox, or to your preferred news reader. Best of all, it does this in real-time, so you don't have to wait hours for stories to process.
The video above shows you how the service works. Once you're signed up, you'll get an access key that you can use to add and expand any feed you want to your profile. Just give the service the feed URL you want expanded or added to your collection, your access key, and some details about how you'd like FeedsAPI to handle links in the text. From there, the service will do the rest of the work."
Free trial available.
More info: https://www.feedsapi.org/