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Download Feed Demon 3.0.0.33 RC9

Feed Demon 3.0.0.33 RC9

Von NewsGator Technologies  (Freeware)
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Looking for a great way to view and manage your RSS feeds from your desktop? Look no further than FeedDemon, the most popular Windows RSS reader.

Bring the power of RSS right to your Windows desktop with FeedDemon News Aggregator:

  • Get your news and information instantly.
  • Customize the way you read and organize feeds.
  • Download podcasts to your iPod or Windows Media Player.
  • The "Panic Button" detects when you have a ton of unread items and offers to mark them (or a subset of them) as read

The easy-to-use interface makes it a snap to stay informed with the latest news and information. You can completely customize the way feeds are organized and displayed. Set up custom news watches based on keywords or use the powerful search to find articles. You can even download podcasts and audio files and have them show up on your portable audio device. In addition, FeedDemon synchronizes with NewsGator Online and the rest of the NewsGator RSS Suite. The software is pre-configured with dozens of feeds, so you can unleash the power of RSS right away.

Titel: Feed Demon 3.0.0.33 RC9
Dateiname: fd3beta.exe
Dateigröße: 3.51MB (3,677,712 Bytes)
Anforderungen: Windows (Alle Versionen)
Sprachen: Mehrere Sprachen
Lizenz: Freeware
Datum hinzugefügt: 7 September 2009
Autor: NewsGator Technologies
www.newsgator.com
MD5-Prüfsumme: 1E44F74490145E65EDD033044FB4207D

* Added: Significantly more efficient synching with Google Reader (note that because
of this change, "Resync Now" should be required far less often)
* Fixed: Slow performance when marking items as read by holding down arrow in the
news item list
* Fixed: Dinosaur report excludes feeds that were recently converted to sync with
Google Reader
* Fixed: FeedDemon fails to ask whether to try purchasing via the web when the
ordering wizard fails
* Fixed: FeedDemon fails to display the subscription wizard when clicking a link that
uses the feed:// protocol
* Fixed: Enclosure icon missing from Outlook newspaper style

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