Read and Organize Feeds with RSS Menu

by on March 18, 2007
in Internet




RSS Menu is a very simple application that allows you to read any RSS or Atom feeds which can be found all over the internet. In addition, you can also listen to your favorite podcasts.

The application is a system wide menu, so you can check out your feeds from anywhere. You don’t need to switch from a certain application to read your feeds.

With the support of OPML importing and exporting and an enhanced drag & drop, you can easily transfer feeds from any source.

In addition, you can let RSS Menu notify you if there are new articles or if something else happens. You can choose from the built in notification or you can use Growl.

Screenshots


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Requirements

  • Mac OS X (10.4 or higher)
  • Broadband connection recommended

Download

Size: 1.2MB
Price: Donation
Version: 1.9.5
Released: January 21, 2007
Download RSS Menu
Download old version (for Mac OS X 10.3)
Download RSS Menu Localization Pack

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