Monotony Adds RSS Feeds To Your Mac’s Notification Center

Mac: If you want to be notified as soon as your favourite web sites are updated, Monotony is a simple, free solution for your Mac. The app will check your specified RSS feeds every minute while it’s running, and feed you a pop-up notification with the title and description of any new posts.

This isn’t a replacement for a real feed reader, but it’s perfect for low-volume sites that you want to keep a close eye on. Monotony is very similar to previously-mentioned News Notifications, but it’s free instead of $0.99, and it will work in OS X 10.7 through Growl, if for some reason you haven’t installed Mountain Lion.

Monotony (Free) [Mac App Store via One Thing Well]

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