This widget helps keep you updated on all your favorite feeds by operating in the background to make sure all the latest articles are ready for your perusal. It can even speak the headlines! Features include...
- Resizable window.
- Unlimited number of feeds.
- RSS and RDF feed formats.
- Drag and drop interface.
- Expand/collapse headlines.
- Selectable user interface themes.
- Scrollable feed and article lists.
- Background operation.
- Speaks feed headlines! That's right, this news "reader" can actually "read" you the news!
What's new in this version:
- Fixed problem that could result in certain feeds not being refreshed properly.
- Minor interface enhancements.
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