★ Syncs with Google Reader. ★ Full Readability (readability.com) integration (see Preferences → General) ★ Customizable interface (see Preferences → Appearance) ★ Gestures (see Preferences → Gestures) ★ Customizable shortcuts (see Preferences → Shortcuts)
★ Services: - Send to Instapaper, ReadItLater, Readability - Save to Pinboard, Delicious, Zootool - Save to Evernote - Post to Twitter - Mail Link - Open with Instapaper Mobilizer, Google Mobilizer
Please note: A (free) Google Reader account is required to use this app (see http://google.com/reader)
NewsRack ist ein umfassender RSS-Reader für Mac OS X, den Sie mit Ihrem Google Reader Account synchronisieren oder als alleinstehende App verwenden können. Das Tab-basierte Interface ist für die Bedienung mit der Tastatur optimiert, Vorschaubilder in der Artikelliste erleichtern den schnellen Überblick.
Features: - Synchronisierung mit Google Reader (optional, kann auch ohne Google-Account verwendet werden) - Drag'n'Drop-Bearbeitung der Feed-Liste - Vorschaubilder für einzelne Artikel - Integrierter Tab-basierter Browser - Für Tastaturbedienung optimiertes Interface - Import von Feedlisten (OPML) aus anderen Apps - Instapaper- und ReadItLater-Integration - Erweiterbar mit Bookmarklets und AppleScript
Pulp is a unique and innovative news reader that turns your favourite news sites into your own personalized newspaper, making scanning through the news quicker and more enjoyable than ever before. By putting multiple news feeds onto a single page, Pulp lets you quickly browse through headlines, previews, and photos to find the stories that interest you most. With a beautiful and refined user interface, one-click sharing, and a companion app for your iPad, Pulp is the ultimate news reading experience.
★ Totally Customizable
Pulp is fully customizable. Create unique categories to separate your feeds by. Then, modify the layout of each page by adding, removing, and resizing columns. Finally, add feeds to populate each column, change each feed's appearance style, rules, and more. Forget the boring, concrete layouts you're used to seeing on the web. With Pulp, you are your own editor.
★ See Everything, Magically
Tired of feeds that only publish short text previews? Introducing Magic Reader - with a tap of a button, it lets you see the full story formatted into a clean and easy-to-read format, regardless of where it's from. Best of all, Magic Reader often presents an article faster than it takes to load the web version, making it essential for users on the go.
★ Cloud Syncing
Now you can seamlessly sync your pages, feeds, articles, and more to multiple Macs and iPads (Pulp for iPad sold separately on the iOS App Store). Simply sign up for a free Pulp Sync account, and watch all of your data move over the air between your devices.
★ Ready for OS X Lion
Pulp is even better on Lion. Take advantage of great new features like the beautiful, distraction-free full screen mode, natural multi-touch gestures, instant resume, push sync support, and more.
Fresh Feed Pro news notifier. Select some of your RSS or Atom feeds and each time new information arrives, Fresh Feed Pro will inform you with a sound alert.
You can quickly read the title and the source of the news and if you want to read more, it's possible to delve into the subject matter by viewing a preview from a pop up menu - with a simple click.
Once you have read the news in detail you can share it on Twitter, Facebook or directly open the web page associated with the article.
Fresh Feed can even read the title of the feed through the special option “Speech” so that way you can carry on with your work without interruption.
The version Pro boasts exclusive features like the possibility to add feeds from GoogleTM Reader and from whatever browser by right click on the URL, visualize article previews - options for a completely personalized application.
With the Version Pro a new scroll bar menu has been introduced which is faster and more efficient, with Magic Trackpad support.
Moreover, support for Atom feeds has been added and the RSS feeds have been improved.
NewsBar is built with a fresh concept: news feeds delivered with a smooth animation, right to your desktop. All of your RSS feeds continuously appear on the selected side of your display, or in a regular window.
NewsBar is like having your own, personal news agency. You don't have to waste your time checking webpages - NewsBar will show you what's going on.
No delays, no waiting: stories appear right on your display, just as they are published. You can easily Read, Follow, Mark, Filter, and Search news from your favorite feeds. Stories are read directly from RSS sources without delay, with the ability to check for new items as often as every minute.
Features: ☆ News without delay ☆ High speed, efficient RSS engine ☆ Smooth animation on news arrival ☆ Intuitive user interface ☆ Mac desktop integration with adjustable opacity ☆ Add new feeds and feed icons with Drag and Drop ☆ Multiple feed sources ☆ Single click opens RSS content in a popup window ☆ Double click opens news in your browser ☆ Auto hide read items ☆ News can be highlighted and filtered by keywords ☆ Keyword detection alerts using audible and visible cues ☆ Customizable interface (colors, fonts, size, gradient, opacity) ☆ Assign custom icon for each feed ☆ RSS 2.0, ATOM support ☆ Customizable individual feed settings ☆ Sync feed list with your Google Reader account (optional) ☆ OPML export and import ☆ Quick text search in all feeds ☆ Star news for later reading ☆ Multiple display/desktop and Spaces support ☆ Menubar mode (App icon can be removed from dock) ☆ Very low CPU and memory usage ☆ Designed for OS X Lion and Snow Leopard
Headlines brings together all of the news you are interested in and displays it on one page for quick and easy reading. To help with readability, the news items are split into columns. No longer will you spend every morning opening stacks of browser tabs just to keep up with the today’s headlines, and no longer will you be bombarded with advertising imagery.
When you click on a news item on Headline's home page, the actual webpage of the article will appear. Using the Headlines button or the back navigation control will take you back to Headline's home page. Touch pad users can also perform 2 finger swipes left and right to navigate backwards and forwards.
By default Headlines grays-out read articles. If you prefer that read articles are hidden or always visible, this can be changed in the preferences.
To mark an article as read, hold down the Cmd (Apple) key whilst clicking on an article's link. To mark an article as unread just repeat the steps.
Right mouse clicking or control-clicking on an article's link displays a context menu that allow the article to be marked as read or unread. You can also open the article in Safari or copy the link.
An additional 7 pages can be added to Headlines allowing you to group news by categories. You can quickly jump between pages using the shortcut key Cmd+1 - for the first page, Cmd+2 - for the second, etc.
To display the news you are interested in, just open Headline’s preferences window and replace the list of default RSS news feeds with those of your favorite websites. You can also import your RSS feeds from Mail or Safari, and even import subscriptions from third party news readers (that support exporting in the OPML format).
By default when a new headline arrives and you are not viewing the Headlines application, you are notified by a notification window that appears in the top-right corner of the desktop. If you do not wish to see notifications you can turn this option off in the preferences.
The URL of the article you are viewing is shown in at the bottom of the application's window, a context menu allows you to open the article in a web browser.
There is an option in the preferences to display the time/date next to each article's headline.
The default maximum number of articles to be displayed can be specified in the preferences window (specifying a 0 will display all articles). The maximum number of articles to be displayed can also be specified on a feed by feed basic by appending ?hlimit=5 to end of the feed url. In this example the feed would be limited to 5 articles (specifying a 0 will display all articles).
The default number of articles to be displayed with descriptions (and images) can be specified in the preferences window (specifying a 0 will display all article descriptions).
The keyboard shortcut combination Shift+ increases the default font size. Shift- decreases the default font size.
Caffeinated is a beautiful Google Reader client that seamlessly syncs with your Google Reader account.
Caffeinated supports sending to your favourite social networks, such as Facebook and Twitter and also bookmarking / read it later services such as Instapaper and Read It Later.
Caffeinated also allows customisation of the reading view, you can create themes or modify existing ones for your viewing pleasure.
Some other features include: - Plugin architecture for developers - Find and subscribe to feeds - Basic "resume", start off where you left off - Basic click for flash - Readability mode to see the full article - Fully customisable shortcuts - Subscription organisation and much more.
Also great developer support, any questions or bug reports please just email firstname.lastname@example.org, i normally reply within a few hours or am on IM to instantly chat or help fix anything ( unless I'm asleep or socialising ).
NOTE: Some people are experiencing issues with this release. We are looking at it and we'll provide an update asap.
RSS Menu is a systemwide menu that allows you to read and organize your favourite RSS or Atom feeds.
The articles are automatically updated and you will get a notification when new articles are available or when some other event occurs. In addition to visual notification, you can also enable speech notification and choose one of the many built in voices. It is also possible to integrate iTunes (for podcasts) and Safari (for RSS bookmarks) with RSS Menu.
Stream audio and video podcasts live off the net with this simple and effective podcast player app designed for serious podcast listeners. Designed from the ground up as a podcast player, not a media player that can play podcasts. In Lion, try the full-screen experience!
Search our growing and constantly updated database of 27k podcasts.
★ Read news Read your news the way you like it, with the ease and comfort of GoReader. Featuring nested, full-screen and even a slide-and-swipe article changer for easy reading of the content you want.
★ Manage news GoReader is an organizer's dream, making it a breeze for you to manage, share, star and comment on the articles you find noteworthy and of interest. You can even keep an article marked as unread for further investigation in the future.
★ Share news We've designed the fastest ever news reader in the AppStore so you can share every tidbit with all your friends and followers on Twitter, Facebook, Note, Delicious, Instapaper and many, many more. Simply put, GoReader is an RSS user's sharing paradise.
★ Manage subscriptions We've also created a folder system so you can manage all your subscriptions by putting similar news in groups. Need a feed for work, or just something fun from a friend? For online browsing or offline perusing, your news comes fast and clean - and without any headaches.
★ Sync with Google Reader™ GoReader is the super model of all RSS readers - thanks in part to it's seamless integration with Google Reader. After a few quick taps, you'll quickly see why Google Reader and GoReader are the perfect match.
Chill Pill allows you to enjoy Fever's rich RSS experience while taking advantage of Cocoa and all of the other modern technologies in Mac OS X.
Note: Chill Pill requires Fever. Get Fever at http://feedafever.com
• System-wide Integration: Filling the void where web applications fail, Chill Pill allows you to set Fever as your default RSS reader, change hot keys via System Preferences, get notified when new items are available, and much more!
• Custom Styles: Let's face it, Fever is beautiful.. but everyone has their own style. Using Styles, you can tweak the interface to your heart's desire. All styles are simply CSS files, a modern web standard. Share your styles with other community members on the Conceited Forums.
• Built-in Article Viewer: One of the most requested features, now you can easily browse links in your feeds without having to leave Chill Pill. Reading your feeds just got a whole lot faster.
• Multi-touch Gestures: Two or three finger swipe right over an article to open it in your preferred browser. Two or three finger swipe left to switch lists. Three finger swipe up or down to navigate the list. It's all there, working just like you'd expect.
• Automatic Updating: Don't rely on cron to automatically update your feeds. Choose between various updating frequencies to make sure you always have the latest articles at your finger tips.
• Everything you already have: Since Chill Pill's job is to make Fever better, you have all of the genius of Fever coupled with an even more integrated experience. Yeah, we didn't think it could be this awesome either.
What is Fever?
Your current feed reader is full of unread items. You’re hesitant to subscribe to any more feeds because you can't keep up with your existing subs. Maybe you've even abandoned feeds altogether.