FreshFeed Is An RSS Feed Reader For Your Mac OS X Menubar

Mac OS X: Fresh Feed is an attractive little menubar microapp that provides you with easy access to your RSS feeds. If you like to keep up on your favourite blogs (like this one), and like a simple feed (or need to be discrete at work), Fresh Feed can help you out.Getting started with Fresh Feed is very simple. You just open it up, press the config button, and start adding RSS feed URLs. When you’ve added all the URLs you want, save it, and Fresh Feed will quickly populate itself with recent articles. The major downside to Fresh Feed is its lack of Google Reader support, but Fresh Feed’s developer has said that feature omission will be corrected in the next update.

Fresh Feed is available right now, for free, on the Mac App Store.

Fresh Feed

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