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ReadKit 2.2 For Mac Released With Support For Feedly


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ReadKit is one of the best read-it-later/RSS apps out there for the Mac. It supports a nice lineup of services, and now it has been updated with Feedly integration. Although Feedly is the best Google Reader alternative for most people, it has been lacking a solid Mac app—until now.

Here’s the full list of changes and bug fixes in ReadKit 2.2:

– Added new RSS service: Feedly
– Added line wrap for headlines
– Show dates in the article list
– Improved keyboard navigation
– Improved performance when mark all as read

– Fixed crashes when synchronizing feeds
– Fixed handling CTRL+click on sidebar items
– Fixed dock icon badge for Feed Wrangler and Feedbin items
– Fixed importing OPML files from various sources
– Fixed importing OPML files on OS X 10.7 (Lion)
– Fixed processing NewsBlur feeds
– Fixed issues when adding new feeds to Feedbin
– Fixed marking multiple Feedbin items as read
– Fixed syncing Fever group structure
– Fixed displaying detailed warning when marking multiple items as read
– Fixed restoring folder selection on startup
– Fixed feed parsing issues with built-in RSS engine
– Fixed decoding HTML entities in feed titles
– Fixed Cyrillic text issues
– Fixed refreshing item list when an account is removed from ReadKit
– Fixed the scroll position when switching between folders
– Fixed scroll issues in the built-in browser caused by popup windows

New navigation keys:
– Left, Right: move between folder and article list
– Command+Left, Right: collapse/expand the selected folder
– Space, Shift+space: paginate the article, then select the next item
– J, K: select next/previous items, then switch between services
– C: clear read items from the list
– Return: open/close the original view
– SHIFT+A: mark all as read

The keyboard shortcuts are a welcomed addition as well. ReadKit has matured into a reading powerhouse for the Mac, and the app is definitely worth checking out if you use any of the following services: Instapaper, Pocket, Readability, Pinboard, Delicious, Feedly, Fever, NewsBlur, Feedbin, and Feed Wrangler. There’s also support for local RSS sync if that’s your thing.

ReadKit costs $5 in the Mac App Store. It’s my favorite way to use Feedly on the Mac now.

Source: Mac App Store


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