Headlines brings together all of the news you are interested in and displays it on one page for quick and easy reading. To help with readability, the news items are split into columns. No longer will you spend every morning opening stacks of browser tabs just to keep up with the today's headlines, and no longer will you be bombarded with advertising imagery.
When you click on a news item on Headline's home page, the actual webpage of the article will appear. Using the Headlines button or the back navigation control will take you back to Headline's home page. Touch pad users can also perform 2 finger swipes left and right to navigate backwards and forwards.
By default Headlines grays-out read articles. If you prefer that read articles are hidden or always visible, this can be changed in the preferences.
What's new in version 1.6
- New Feature: Mountain Lion Notification Centre support.
- New Feature: Option to display author name.
- New Feature: Option to keep Safari in the background when opening news articles.
- New Feature: Mountain Lion share button.
- New Feature: Renaming of feeds by appending ?htitle=YOUR NEW TITLE to the end of the feed URL.
- Bug Fix: Articles viewed in Safari are now marked as read.
- Bug Fix: Articles now remain marked as read when the app is re-launched.
ReleaseJuly 5, 2013
Date AddedJuly 5, 2013
Operating SystemsMacintosh, Mac OS X 10.7, Mac OS X 10.8