For more than six years, we have been building Software and Apps which rely on RSS Feeds. As our projects grew to thousands of users, our Feed parsing infrastructure and logic became more complex every day.

That's why we decided in 2019 to turn our existing knowledge with polling and parsing RSS Feeds into a standalone project - called RSS API. This way, we can both expand and improve our own Feed parsing infrastructure, but also help others by doing the hard work and providing them with a simple API.

Over the years we constantly improved our parsing algorithms, worked on a better and more reliable server infrastructure and made it as easy to use as possible.

We scaled from constantly polling a few hundred feeds five years ago to polling tens of thousands feeds today. We've successfully delivered millions of webhooks to users and enabled other companies to rapidly integrate RSS feed subscriptions into their products.

We're excited about the future of RSS API and the ways we can help build a more open internet by parsing millions of RSS, ATOM and JSON-Feeds and pushing the data to your systems.

Don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions, ideas or issues. We're reachable via email: support@rssapi.net

Learn more about the software we use on our credits page.