Feeder 1.2.1 Makes iTunes Podcasting Easy

SWANSEA, UNITED KINGDOM — Friday, September 2nd, 2005 — Reinvented
Software released Feeder 1.2.1 today. Feeder is an application for
creating, editing and publishing RSS feeds on Mac OS X. Version 1.2.1
includes over 25 new features and improvements to make creating iTunes
podcasting feeds easier, adds file publishing, usability and stability

Feeder is packed with thoughtful features to ease the experience of
creating and managing RSS feeds from start to finish including auto-
completion, templates, automatic dates, HTML editing and previews. Feeder
validates feeds to the RSS 2.0 specification and can publish using FTP,
Secure FTP, .Mac and now in version 1.2.1, by exporting files to local or
mounted network drives.

Feeder fully supports the iTunes RSS podcasting extensions and has many
convenience features for podcasters wanting to create RSS feeds, including
enclosure file uploads and an interactive iTunes Music Store preview
enabling podcasters to see exactly how their show will look in iTunes,
before submission and without waiting for iTunes to update.

Feeder is not only useful for podcasters but anyone that wants to create
and maintain an RSS feed. Feeder makes working with RSS as straightforward
as writing email but imposes no restrictions. Every part of a feed can be
edited, no XML knowledge is required, and Feeder’s interface can be easily
customized to the task at hand by hiding unnecessary fields to focus on
what matters. Feeder is as powerful and flexible as the RSS format itself.

Feeder requires Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later and costs $29.95. Educational
discounts are also available. Feeder 1.2.1 is a free upgrade for all
registered 1.x users.

For more information and to download a fully working 15-day trial, visit
the Feeder product pages at