Cherry Red RSS
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Cherry Red RSS is an application that gives you basic RSS reading abilities. Its key feature is the ability to download files contained within an enclosure.

Why is the application so rough?

Because I'm very poor at guessing what people like, I have a strange policy - I don't spend much time putting fancy stuff into an application that people don't really want. So I create a rough application and let people play with it and make comments on features that they'd like to see. I then sit back for a while and listen to the trend of what people want. Over time a consistent series of
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PPC, Mac OS X 10.2 or later, BitTorrent.







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Anonymous reviewed on 26 Aug 2004
You're not likely to get much feedback on a product this rough, especially when things like NetNewsWire Lite are free.

Remember - crap does not survive in the Mac market, RealBasic-created software notwithstanding.
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burypromote
Anonymous commented on 26 Aug 2004
Why talk about REALbasic in this case? If you would like to be an proffessional replayer, you have much to learn...
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Downloads:4,567
Version Downloads:2,281
Type:Internet : Newsreaders
License:Free
Date:26 Aug 2004
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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Cherry Red RSS is an application that gives you basic RSS reading abilities. Its key feature is the ability to download files contained within an enclosure.

Why is the application so rough?

Because I'm very poor at guessing what people like, I have a strange policy - I don't spend much time putting fancy stuff into an application that people don't really want. So I create a rough application and let people play with it and make comments on features that they'd like to see. I then sit back for a while and listen to the trend of what people want. Over time a consistent series of requests gets made and I act on it. This is the most efficient method I've found for developing software. (A little warning: remember, this software is free. I'm not a company making a huge fortune and thus have a bug report department. I'm just some fat slob who loves programming and does it purely as a hobby. So if you do make a request, just don't be surprised if it takes me a long, long time before I do anything.)


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