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Loving Windows 8, but it would be nice if I could put my own newsfeeds into the boxes on the start screen. At present you can just choose to have a "News" app, but surely there's a way to replace that with an RSS feed of your choice?

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Is there an App, or some other way that I can do this?

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I am sure once Oct 26 hits there will be dozens of Modern UI RSS applications. You might be able to find one today, if you look, clearly we can't make suggestions. – Ramhound Oct 24 '12 at 12:29
Post an answer yourself if you find any good ones :) – Svish Oct 24 '12 at 12:41
If you're currently using Windows 10, please refer to my answer at: – SepehrM Sep 26 '15 at 22:03
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I use the Dark RSS Reader Windows 8 Metro App from the Windows Store.

Unfortunately it's not directly displaying the recent new in the tile, but anyway useful.

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