Feeder 3 brings new look and supports cloud service


Feeder is an application for creating, editing and publishing the RSS feeds on OS X and now this application has updated to version 3 which brings a new look along with iCloud service support and many more. In this updated version we can also see improvement in editing, self-contained feeds and more.

Feeder 3 comes with new features like brand new look, ability to hide the side bar, ready for OS X Yosemite, Global link search and replace, Quick look previews for enclosure uploads. This application also adds a support for mark down editing which is automatically converted to HTML in the feed. The editor will also now able to auto save but it doesn’t commit changes until you tell it to. It is also possible to share feeds using cloud services similar to Drop box and iCloud.

The app has also added support for Quick look previews find and replace for all links in a feed and pining blogs and services together in the servers window.

New users can get a limited trial of feeder 3, after which they have to pay around $49.99 and users of existing feeder 2 users can upgrade for $24.99. Interested candidates can download this new Feeder 3 from the developer Reinvented Software’s site.

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