NetNewsWire updated; browse the Web more efficiently

NetNewsWire is an easy-to-use Web news reader for Mac OS X. Its familiar three-paned interface, similar to Apple Mail and Outlook Express, can fetch and display news from thousands of different websites, including (, making it quick and easy to keep up with the latest news.

NetNewsWire Features:
– Remembers which items you,ve read, and lets you know when there are new items, so you spend less time surfing.
– Comes with hundreds of sites you can subscribe to with one click.
– RSS discovery – it can usually find a site’s RSS feed given the home page URL.
– No up-front configuration required: getting started is just a matter of launching the application.
– Familiar interface means there isn’t a bunch to learn.
– Subscriptions can be grouped via drag-and-drop, so you can organize your news your way.
– Customizable appearance, including colors and window transparency.
– Imports and exports subscriptions files compatible with other RSS readers.
– The Weblog Editor allows one to post to Movable Type, Radio UserLand, Blogger, and other types of weblogs.
– The Notepad, a scrapbook for the Internet, stores news headlines, URLs, subscriptions, and your thoughts and observations for later posting.
– It’s train-friendly, you can check the news, then take your laptop on the train and catch up on the way to work.
– The headlines pane can show dates, subjects, and creators when available.
– The Find command allows you to search through current news.
– It’s scriptable via AppleScript and other OSA languages. There’s a Scripts menu where you can add your own scripts.

More info and download link here.

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