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Check out this awesomest of awesome RSS readers. Really well done. A few quirks/missing features here and there, but otherwise a brilliant interface. Been using it for a day now and it really makes reading news fun.


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What is Times?
Times is a new type of newsreader for Mac OS X Leopard. By rethinking the way you read news, we've created the best possible news experience straight from the ground up.

Instead of treating news like email (as most RSS readers do), Times presents you with headlines and photos from a variety of sources all in one place, letting you more easily discover the news you want to read. Like your own personal newspaper, you can put feeds into separate areas, create pages for different subjects, and more.

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You'll be impressed by the sheer attention to detail in Times. Every feature was carefully crafted to work as intuitively and naturally as possible, while still keeping with Mac design philosophies.
Times uses many advanced OS X technologies, like Core Animation - which allows for clear and concise animations throughout the interface, making it easy to always see what's going on.

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I took a closer look at it on my blog:
http://www.jetplanejournal.com/wordp...ader-for-os-x/
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If only there were a Tiger version...
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If only there were a Tiger version...
Not likely...

All the good stuff by indie devs is usually current-OS only.Supporting two OS versions is not only more work, it usually also limits flexibility and isn't exactly encouraged by Apple either.
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Yeap. All that core animation goodness will be lost in Tiger.
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