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NetNewsWire 5.0 RSS reader launches Dark Mode theme that matches your system preference on macOS
NetNewsWire 5.0 RSS reader launches Dark Mode theme that matches your system preference on macOS

NetNewsWire 5.0 RSS reader launches Dark Mode theme that matches your system preference on macOS

 

If you’ve used the macintosh Mac for a while, then you’ve probably detected the name NetNewsWire. It’s a strong and open-source RSS reader for macOS, and it’s being fully relaunched with an array of helpful options.

NetNewsWire supports syncing feeds via Feedbin, likewise as direct feed-downloading. There’s additionally a Safari extension to simply add new feeds to the app. you’ll be able to produce folders, search among your feeds, and share content to a range of third-party platforms.

According to numerous Design reviews, NetNewsWire is easy to navigate and supports keyboard shortcuts. There’s also a Dark Mode theme that matches your system preference on macOS.

Here’s the full features list and you can learn even more through the online help book.

We value stability, performance, quality, and platform-specific design over features. But NetNewsWire does have some features. 🙂

  • Safari extension for easy feed-adding
  • Direct feed-downloading
  • Syncing via Feedbin
  • Sharing to Mail, MarsEdit, Micro.blog, Notes, Messages, and so on
  • Easy keyboard navigation
  • AppleScript support
  • Dark Mode
  • Starred articles
  • All Unread and Today smart feeds
  • Folders
  • Importing and exporting OPML feed lists
  • Searching
  • Help book
  • Multiple accounts

NetNewsWire 5.0 is available in public beta now as a free download. Whenever you’re searching for a powerful, open-source RSS reader for macOS, Then that’s (NetNewsWire 5.0) the best option. There’s also an iOS version on the way, though it’s not yet available to the public.

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