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RSS Bandit

RSS Bandit
Developer(s) Dare Obasanjo and Torsten Rendelmann
Stable release 1.9.0.1002 / July 4, 2010
Operating system Windows
Type News aggregator
License BSD
Website rssbandit.org

RSS Bandit is an

  • RSS Bandit Homepage

External links

  1. ^ Building a Desktop News Aggregator
  2. ^ Revamping the RSS Bandit application
  3. ^ SourceForge
  4. ^ "RSS Bandit official blog: 'Downloading and Managing Pending Podcasts'"
  5. ^ "RSS Bandit".  
  6. ^ "RSS Bandit 1.6 - RSS News Feed Reader".  

References

See also

The application received 4 out 5 stars in a review on Download.com.[5] It has also received 4 out of 5 stars in a review on About.com.[6]

Reception

  • Search folders for reading all items that match a search term or just all unread items
  • Import and export subscription lists as an OPML file
  • Keyboard shortcuts for main functions
  • Ability to download podcasts[4]
  • Automatic marking of items as read as they are scrolled past
  • Search in all feeds, across all updates from subscriptions
  • Current subscription lists and read/unread state of items in the application can be synchronized via a FTP or WebDAV server, allowing use from multiple computers
  • Feeds can be read from a Google Reader account, allowing the user to subscribe or unsubscribe from feeds, mark items as read or star them in RSS Bandit and have these changes reflected in Google Reader
  • Feeds can be read from Facebook accounts, to read their news feed and comment on the status updates of their friends.

The three-pane user interface is modeled after desktop email clients, with a tree view showing the list of feeds. The application has a number of features inspired by email readers and other RSS readers including:

Interface

Features

Contents

  • Features 1
    • Interface 1.1
  • Reception 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

and the primary contributors are Dare Obasanjo and Torsten Rendelmann. [3]

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