The Arsse does not at this time have any first party clients. However, because The Arsse supports existing protocols, most clients built for these protocols are compatible with The Arsse. Below are those that we personally know of and have tested with The Arsse.

Name OS Protocol Notes
Nextcloud News Tiny Tiny RSS Fever
Desktop
FeedReader Linux

Excellent reader; one of the best on any platform.

Not compatible with HTTP authentication when using TT-RSS.

Liferea Linux

Not compatible with HTTP authentication.

Newsboat Linux, macOS

Terminal-based client.

Reeder macOS

Also available for iOS.

RSS Guard Windows, macOS, Linux

Very basic client; now discontinued.

Tiny Tiny RSS Reader Windows

Does not deal well with expired sessions; discontinued.

Mobile
CloudNews iOS

Very bland looking application, but it functions well.

FeedMe Android

Not compatible with HTTP authentication.

Fiery Feeds iOS

Rentalware - For the software to be usable (you can't even add feeds otherwise) a subscription fee must be paid.

Currently keeps showing items in the unread badge which have already been read.

Newsout Android, iOS

iOS version only as source code.

NextCloud News Android

Official Android client for NextCloud News.

OCReader Android
Readably Android

Fetches favicons independently.

Reeder iOS

Also available for macOS.

Tiny Tiny RSS Android

Official Android client for Tiny Tiny RSS.

TTRSS-Reader Android

Unread iOS

Trialware with one-time purchase.

Untested clients

Name OS Protocol Notes
Nextcloud News Tiny Tiny RSS Fever
FeedTheMonkey Linux

ReadKit macOS

Requires purchase. Presumed to work.

SparkReader Windows

Requires manual configuration.

tiny Reader RSS iOS

Does not support HTTP authentication.