XBit
XBit
1.1

0.0

XBit free download for Mac

XBit

1.1
14 October 2010

TidBITS publication browser.

Overview

XBit is a simple program that aims to help you keep track of your collection of TidBITS issues. With XBit you can browse by issue and article and it allows you to mark individual articles as read so you always know what you\'ve seen and what you haven\'t. No more mental notes concerning which articles you\'ve skipped or would like to come back to. Read what you want when you want.

XBit also offers these features:

  • Local storage for offline reading
  • Can check the FTP site for new issues
  • Formatted display
  • Web URLs are live
  • References to other issues are live
  • Keyboard navigation with the tab and space keys

What's new in XBit

Version 1.1: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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1 XBit Reviews

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Wcitymike
22 January 2006

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I never saw the sense in trying to sell an application designed to format a plain text e-mail that arrives in your inbox free. This appears to be one of those cases where the designers in question misunderstand the value of releasing free software to the community. If this had been given away free from the beginning, it would have had a substantially beneficial effect on the Mac community's goodwill in its perception of him, most likely boosting his reputation (or "whuffie," as the erstwhile ranter Cory Doctorow might put it). Trying to charge $10 for this functionality is just SAD.
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Version 1.0.4
Wcitymike
22 January 2006
I never saw the sense in trying to sell an application designed to format a plain text e-mail that arrives in your inbox free. This appears to be one of those cases where the designers in question misunderstand the value of releasing free software to the community. If this had been given away free from the beginning, it would have had a substantially beneficial effect on the Mac community's goodwill in its perception of him, most likely boosting his reputation (or "whuffie," as the erstwhile ranter Cory Doctorow might put it). Trying to charge $10 for this functionality is just SAD.
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Version 1.0.4