Ranchero Software releases NetNewsWire 2.0
Seattle, WA, USA — May 12, 2005 — Ranchero Software today released
NetNewsWire 2.0, a major update to its easy-to-use RSS and Atom newsreader
for Mac OS X. The freeware version, NetNewsWire Lite, has also been updated
to version 2.0.
NetNewsWire 2.0 streamlines the award-winning RSS and Atom newsreader by
removing the weblog editor and adding many new newsreading features.
NetNewsWire 2.0 includes a tabbed browser so you can read web pages with
the convenience of staying in the same window.
You can search your news items with a standard Apple search widget — as in
Mail and other applications.
NetNewsWire 2.0 downloads podcasts and enclosures, and sends podcasts to
iTunes with with your choice of genre and playlist.
The flagged items feature lets you mark items that you want to keep — they
stay forever or until you mark them as unflagged.
NetNewsWire 2.0 is Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger) compatible, and includes Automator
actions to control functions in NetNewsWire.
Other new features include syncing, smart lists, search subscriptions, and
built-in styles. NetNewsWire’s built-in list of feeds, the Sites Drawer,
has been updated to include new categories and over 1000 new feeds that can
be easily subscribed to.
See What’s New in NetNewsWire 2.0 for more features, details and screen shots.
The full and Lite versions of NetNewsWire 2.0 are available for download at
the NetNewsWire home page.
NetNewsWire 2.0 costs $24.95 for a single-user license and $19.95 per
person for multi-user licenses. It’s available bundled with MarsEdit 1.0
NetNewsWire 2.0 is a free upgrade for licensed users of NetNewsWire 1.x.
See the Licenses and Upgrades page for more information.
NetNewsWire Lite is freeware. The Full Version Features page lists the
features exclusive to the full version.