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NewsFire

NewsFire
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Developer(s) David Watanabe
Stable release 2.0
Operating system Mac OS X
Type RSS Reader
License Proprietary
Website http://www.newsfirex.com/

NewsFire is an RSS newsreader developed by David Watanabe for Mac OS X. It supports Atom, RSS, and Podcasting. NewsFire features groups, labels, smart groups, search, and integration with iTunes, Spotlight, and weblog editors. NewsFire can also import and export a blogroll from and to OPML; however, it cannot import Google Reader OPML at this time due to a known bug.

On March 1, 2008 NewsFire became freeware, but since the release of NewsFire 2.0 to the Mac AppStore on February 3, 2011, NewsFire is not freeware anymore.

In a Mac OS X Hints poll on Thursday, March 17, 2005, NewsFire had 14.2% with 121 votes, making it the second-most popular news reader for Mac OS X, behind NetNewsWire.

NewsFire 1.3 requires Mac OS X v10.4. NewsFire 1.1 was the final version supporting Mac OS X v10.3.

See also

External links

  • NewsFire website
  • Developer's blog
  • MacWorld review
  • Mac OS X Hints RSS Reader poll
  • A Feb. 2008 blog post where Watanabe discusses the Google Reader bug in the comments
  • NewsFire website at the Wayback Machine (archived February 1, 2011) with last freeware version 1.6 v84


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