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Topic # 111238 28-Oct-2012 09:20 Send private message

What is your suggestion of a good RSS feed reader for Mac OS?

Trying to get wife to use RSS instead of leaving dozens of blog pages constantly open on the browser...






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  Reply # 707766 28-Oct-2012 09:35 Send private message

If Reeder for Mac is as good as Reeder for iPad, then it will likely be very good!
Requires a google reader account.

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Reply # 707799 28-Oct-2012 10:45 Send private message

+1 for Reeder




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  Reply # 707817 28-Oct-2012 11:22 Send private message

I use Reeder on the Mac and iPad - and love them both.  Go for it.

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  Reply # 707838 28-Oct-2012 12:08 Send private message

Another vote for Reeder, have never come across a better app on the Mac for RSS.




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  Reply # 708214 29-Oct-2012 09:32 Send private message

My preference is to just use Mac Mail as the RSS news reader. On Mountain Lion, I think it works about as well as any of the dedicated RSS News Readers.  It can provide an overview of the whole feed (as a scrollable list of all items in the feed) or let you drill down to a specific message and just view that one.

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  Reply # 714539 9-Nov-2012 10:01 Send private message

NetNewsWire or Reeder.



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  Reply # 714542 9-Nov-2012 10:05 Send private message

Thanks folks... Yes, got Reeder from the App Store, and it works a treat.




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  Reply # 714613 9-Nov-2012 12:49 Send private message

Try RSSOwl.
Works on Win/Linux/Mac OS.
Got the News Filters option e.g. "Entire News / Contains / *dotcom* Delete News " :)
Lots of extra features. 



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