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Full user review
"Shrooks is all what one ever needs from a RSS reader"
This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com.
Shrooks is stylish and elegant to the extreme, lightning fast (beating about by a factor of 10 competing RSS products) and extreme powerful. The cutting edge synchronized feeds between multiple macs via the net sets it further ahead from the rest of the pack, the online synchronisation matches Apples iDisk and the intelligent lists sets a pinnacle on top of it. incredible is, that even being so powerful even a layman does not need to look in a readme. The user learns unobtrusively how to get the best out of it. The import directly from NetNewsWire is assuring a smooth changing of horses. This way Apple could / should, with a GUI stylish like this would have build a RSS reader. The elegance and class is unmatched by a far shot. Yes - Shrooks sometimes quits when hitting a complex page in the otherwise excellent build in "de facto safari browser" - a feature most of the competing programs do not have on board in first place. We like Shrooks a lot and do not look back. Its now our standard RSS reader on a professional basis surfing 162 channels with over 3000 entries. Its a pro product with little to ask for - except that a few minor bumps have to be wrinkled out. I cannot follow the low rating of some posters - really.