News comes to you
Spend less time surfing. Let NetNewsWire do the work for you, as it gathers your news and tells you which items are new. Subscribe to feeds from all over the web—and from the built-in list of thousands of feeds in the Sites Drawer.
Open web pages in NetNewsWire’s browser, and see them the same as in Safari, but with the convenience of staying in the same window. NetNewsWire remembers tabs between launches, so you come right back to where you left off last time.
Search your news items with a standard Apple search widget—as in Mail and other applications.
Podcasts and enclosures
Automatically download podcasts and enclosures. Send podcasts to iTunes with with your choice of genre and playlist.
Gather news from all your feeds based on your criteria. It’s like smart playlists in iTunes—only for news instead of music.
Mark items that you want to keep—they stay forever or until you mark them as unflagged.
Keep your subscriptions, news item status, and even browser tabs synchronized between two or more computers.
Read your Bloglines feeds with NetNewsWire for the best of both worlds, a rich desktop client and accessible-anywhere server.
Make special subscriptions that display results from search engines like Yahoo, Feedster, and Daypop, or from keyword searches at Del.icio.us, Flickr, and Technorati. Easily keep up with topics that interest you.
The three-column view is perfect for laptops and today’s monitors that have more horizontal space.
Tell NetNewsWire how long to keep news items, so you can still read them even after they disappear from the feed.
Scripting and Automator
Control NetNewsWire with AppleScript—and with Automator too, if you’re running OS X 10.4 or greater. Add commands to NetNewsWire via the scripts menu.
Generate custom RSS and Atom feeds via AppleScript, Perl, Python, Ruby, and other scripting languages.
Track changes in news items as they’re edited and updated.
Stay in control as NetNewsWire shows you exactly what it’s downloading.
Find feeds that haven’t updated in a long time via the Dinosaurs window.
Inline summaries and datelines
Show summaries and datelines in the headlines list to make skimming faster and easier—especially for the widescreen view.
Versatile headlines list
Add date, subject, and creator columns to the headlines list—and sort on any of these columns.
Alternatively you can download the latest beta version of this software.