Frequently Asked Questions

RSS API simplifies the process of parsing and checking RSS feeds. It allows you to get notified via webhook when new feed items are published, without requiring you to handle and maintain your own feed parsing and polling infrastructure.

Feed subscriptions generally work like this: you tell us with feeds you want to subscribe to (via API) and we will periodically check each feed and monitor if any new items get added. If so, we will send a webhook to a URL of your choice so you can process the data and use it in your application.

Learn more about this in the RSS API Documentation.

This depends on your plan, see Pricing for more details.

Our servers and our company are both located in the European Union, in Germany. However, if you are an Enterprise customer, you can choose your dedicated server location from a wide selection of data center locations around the globe for the best connectivity to your infrastructure.

Some feeds may return an error when you try to parse (or subscripe to them) via RSS API. This could be the case when the webserver hosting the feed is blocking automated traffic. If you have control over the target server, you may whitelist our IP-Addresses to ensure that RSS API can access all of your feeds. You can find an up-to-date list of our IP-Space here. Please contact us for further help/troubleshooting.

We use Stripe to process payments. Payments will be collected on a monthly basis. After singing up for RSS API, the first 7 days will be free - after that, you will receive your first invoice and will be automatically charged according to the plan you chose. You can cancel at any time.

We support payments via credit cards, and - depending on your country - SEPA Transfers, Google Pay, Apple Pay, and more. Please contact us for further details.

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