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Cyndicate is an easy-to-use, next-generation, RSS/Atom syndication feed reader that gives you command over your news. Cyndicate will fetch, organize, and display news and articles from millions of websites and weblogs, giving you complete control over your day's news.
Feeder is an application for creating, editing and publishing RSS feeds. With Feeder you don't need to understand RSS to create feeds and publish them to the web. RSS is a technology for distributing news on the web. Many news sites, organizations and weblogs publish RSS feeds to keep people informed of the latest news, product updates and more.
Podcasting is another rapidly growing use for RSS - simply put podcasts are like radio shows that people download and play on their iPods, computers, or other MP3 players.
Feeder supports the full RSS 2.0 specification, including enclosures for podcasting and is packed with thoughtful features to help automate and enhance the experience of creating and managing feeds from start to finish, such as editable templates, auto-completing fields, HTML previewing and more.
FeedForAll Mac allows users to publish, make and edit RSS feeds and podcasts.
New RSS feeds, podcasts and iTunes can be quickly and easily created with FeedForAll Mac. A WYSWIG editor allows for feeds to be easily formatted ensuring that all RSS feeds created with FeedForAll Mac have a professional look.
Manage your RSS feeds for publishing on the web. Generate XML that conforms to the RSS 2.0 specification.
FeedTicker is a simple RSS news reader that scrolls entries across your desktop like tickertape. It's great for news feeds that are constantly updated. It's fun for the whole family. It will make your Macintosh into a dead-sexy information nexus or realize your dreams of turning your monitor into CNN Headline News.
Unique built-in search and browsing capability of over 100,000 feeds
Breaking News enables you to read all unread posts in one window
Save your search term in a Smart Channel and be notified as soon as the term appears again
The entertainment capital of your world.
Download File Size: 3.5 MB - version 2.0.4
If you want to listen to podcasts, this program is for you. Juice is the premier podcast receiver, allowing users to capture and listen to podcasts anytime, anywhere.
MacReporter pioneered the desktop news reading market for Mac OS X back in 2001. It allowed users to quickly get notified when new articles were published on their favorite web sites, and read those articles without having to navigate deep inside web sites. It used a very simple yet unobtrusive Dock menu based interface, and remained silent when nothing was worth mentioning so that you could go on with your daily duties. Over the years, desktop news reading became a big phenomenon, seeing the rise of standards such as RSS and Atom. Since it debuted while those standards where still in their infancy, MacReporter had been using its own way of proceeding, allowing it to fetch news from just any site, not only the web sites that provided RSS feeds, which was pretty powerful for the time being. A new era has now begun, and it needs a next-generation MacReporter to give you full power over the ever-increasing mass of available information. Effortlessly reading news has never been so easy and productive at once.
Looking for an easy-to-use RSS and Atom reader for the Mac? You've found it! The "Eddy" award-winning NetNewsWire has a familiar three-paned interface - similar to Apple Mail - and can fetch and display news from thousands of different websites and weblogs, making it quick and easy to keep up with the latest news. You can also download podcasts and audio files and have them show up on your portable audio device.
NewsFan is the RSS web news aggregator for MacOS X. NewsFan downloads the latest news from thousands of web sites, gathering them for quick and easy reading.
There's a variety of RSS readers on Mac OS X, but none offer the style of NewsFire. NewsFire is brimming with Aqua-beauty and a rich, dynamic user experience. The others feel aesthetically unpleasant, bloated, and stuck in an interface paradigm that doesn't make sense for RSS. The kitchen sink is deliberately not included in this app - NewsFire is intensely focused on simplicity. NewsFire snubs complexity for a minimalist interface that is intuitive, unobtrusive, and a total joy to use. NewsFire supports the two major feed formats - RSS and Atom. It also imports and exports OPML, a standard bookmark-like file format for news feeds. Importing your feeds from another newsreader is dead-simple!
NewsLife is an easy to use RSS news reader for your Mac. If you have not heard of RSS before, it's a technology for syndicating news headlines and a huge number of websites support it. By adding a website's RSS news feed to NewsLife you can keep up with all the latest news without actually having to visit the website until you see something you want to read.
NewsTicker is the news reading revolution. We don't think you should go out and find news, we think they should find you, and only those news that you are interested in. None of that spam stuff!
A podcast is an effective method of publishing recorded talk and music through the internet, in a way that will automatically share your material with your listeners. Podcaster publishes podcasts and enhanced podcasts quickly and easily. Broadcast your productions through your network, or worldwide through the internet.
Podcast Maker 1.3.8b
Podcast Maker is a tool for Mac OS X that makes podcasting simple. Novices can become podcasters and professionals can podcast with much less effort and time.
Create your content the way you usually do: with GarageBand, Audio Hijack Pro, QuickTime Pro, etc. Then drag in your content into Podcast Maker. You can drag files directly in from iTunes and iPhoto. You can even import files that are already out on the web. As long as it's a podcast friendly format (mp3, m4a, mov, mp4, m4v, pdf) Podcast Maker will podcast it.
Podcast Tuner 1.2.2
Podcast Tuner brings the most popular features of other tools together with unique features you can't find elsewhere and wraps them all up in an attractive, easy to use interface.
Integrated ipodder.org directory
One click subscribing
Listen to your content without launching other apps
Tell you at a glance which of your subscrriptions have unheard content
Fetch and display show notes
Send show notes to iPod's note reader
Send only the subscriptions you specify to iTunes/iPod
Manually send episodes to iTunes with a single click
ProfCast is the ideal tool for recording and publishing your live Keynote or PowerPoint presentation. All elements of your presentation, including slide timing and voice narration, are recorded. You can then publish your complete presentation on the Web as a Podcast, complete with RSS support.
* Live Presentation Recording
* Synchronized Slides with Audio
* RSS Generation for Podcasting
* Publishing support via FTP, SFTP and .Mac
* Integration with GarageBand 3
* Integration with iWeb
* Support for Audio Playthrough
* File Size Control
ProfCast lecture podcast software allows you to record your presentation as you give it! ProfCast also helps you publish your recorded presentation as a podcast including slides, audio and valid RSS.
Applications that collect data from RSS-compliant sites are called RSS readers or "aggregators." RSSOwl is such an application. RSSOwl lets you gather, organize, update, and store information from any compliant source in a convenient, easy to use interface, save selected information in various formats for offline viewing and sharing, and much more. It's easy to configure, available in many many languages and the best of all: It's platform-independent.
Shrook is a next-generation news reader that is not only easy to use, but offers advanced features not available to Mac users anywhere else. It supports all versions of RSS and Atom. Oh, and it's free.
SlashDock is a simple Mac OS X Application that fetches and updates headlines for the lastest postings on slashdot-compatible sites and RSS-compatible sites (aka RDF) like BluesNews.com. Updates are obtained automatically, if new articles are available, the dock icon will flash with an image representing the article 'topic'. Selecting an article from the dock menu will take you directly to that article in your preferred web browser. SlashDock can also access eBay bid information & now Google Newsgroups.
Say goodbye to laborious combinations of programs. Ubercaster makes it easy for you to produce your podcast show in four simple steps. Each step has its own layer which bundles various functions in an easy to use yet powerfull user interface. This makes Ubercaster suitable for both, newbies and advanced podcasters. All you need is Ubercaster, a Macintosh and something to tell...
At its core, Videocue is a unique new application to help you create striking movies of you reading your words aloud, all without memorizing a single word.
Using the Application is simple:
* Enter the text of your speech
* Drag your camera icon to the storyboard
* Press Record button
Once you're done, you can save the finished QuickTime movie to your computer or upload to a remote FTP site. Videocue lets you publish a link to the movie and the text of your presentation to most popular blogging and vlogging services.
Vienna is an open source freeware Mac OSX RSS reader with support for RSS/Atom feeds, article storage and management via a SQLite database, written in Objective-C and Cocoa.
Quick and Easy Publishing
Vodcaster allows you to quickly drag-and-drop audio and video files, and create podcasts and vodcasts to share. No handcoding of XML
Whether you want to put your Podcasts on your own webserver, add them to the iTunes Music Store Podcast Directory, or some other service, VODcaster allows you to enter in all the important information without having to know XML.
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