RSS Feeds

Terms and Conditions

We encourage the use of ADB's RSS feeds for personal use in a news reader or as part of a non-commercial website, subject to our Terms of Use.

ADB does not accept any liability for its RSS feeds.

What is RSS?

RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication. It is a format that automatically brings new content from your favorite websites to your desktop or mobile device.

Why use RSS?

Using RSS will save you time and ensure that you don't miss any important updates made to your favorite information sources. On ADB.org, you can use it to keep up with ADB content by country, topic, resource type, or language.

Subscribing to RSS Feeds

Each browser or app have different methods for subscribing to RSS feeds. Some browsers such as Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox are already equipped to subscribe to RSS feeds. To subscribe, click on the link of the selected feed and follow the instructions as provided by the browser.

Other browsers such as Google Chrome and Safari need extensions, while mobile devices require standalone apps to subscribe to RSS feeds. Feedly, Panda, and NewsBlur are services that provide extensions and apps for subscribing to RSS feeds. To subscribe, copy the link of the selected feed and paste the URL on the installed extension or app.