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Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by sd2009, May 14, 2009.
It must have a great UI and work well!
Don't know, but one of these many threads will help you.
Hmm! this post didn't answer my question! But thanks!
I know my answer has kinda strayed from your questions but im a massive fan of Google Reader over any App. Just bookmark the link on your quick links in the browser and it beats any App. Great especially if your bored at someone house, a different computer or something and you want access to your feeds. You don't get that with an App.
NewsFire or NetNewsWire
I use the Mail app for my RSS reader.
I just discovered Times this morning and so far absolutely love it it makes your RSS's into a newspaper style layout with multiple pages and the ability to save articles easily on a little board for later. It does cost $30 but there is a 15 day demo which i am using at the moment, so far it's everything i need but it may be seen as a bit pricey for an RSS reader.
NetNewsWire and Mail.app
If you just want to keep track of feeds, and don't mind or prefer to read articles in your browser RSS Menu is worth a look, and it's free.
I use NetnewsWire .. Its clean & simple .. Works gr8
What few feeds I have I use Apple Mail to handle. I check new posts whenever I check my mail.. easy enough!
I use Evernote. It's the swiss army knife of social networking and it syncs with Google Reader. Still in beta though, but it feels very mature and new features are added every week. You get a discount if you buy it before it hits 1.0.
AND its looks pretty
Have to agree with Google Reader comment, quick and convenient ( available anywhere ) and just does the job.
NetNewsWire because it works great and it syncs with Google Reader.
edesignuk is politely letting you know to search before posting a topic that has been discussed many times before, per forum guidelines...
If you had followed the link you would have had your question answered many times over.
I use Vienna, but haven't tried others extensively to tell you its better than them.
RSS Menu [http://www.edot-studios.com/webgroups2/index.php?menu_item=212] FTW. Simple and clean interface, only uses an icon on the menubar, and you can configure it to your liking. Also, invidual and global settings...
I love Times too, but it's crashed a lot for me lately (since the last upgrade). Grr. I know i should probably reinstall but that's annoying, considering you need to re-import all of your feeds once you do. (When will they sync it with your Google account??) It's definitely worth it when it does work, though, especially for someone who has a fairly light amount of RSS feeds. I never really got the hang of reading feeds like you read your email, so the Times layout feels a lot more normal to me.
Gruml is a new one.
I used to use NewsFire but switched to NetNewsWire because it syncs with Google Reader and as I am about to go travelling for awhile I wanted to be able to access all my feeds from Google.
I use Vienna and absolutely love it.
If you are looking for one of the best desktop RSS reader that syncs with google reader then the app you want is Gruml. Recently came out and it is awesome
Espresso news reader is one.
Vienna. No competition.
Safari works for me
another vote for times