Project D.U. Reader
Project D.U. Reader
1.0

2.3

Project D.U. Reader free download for Mac

Project D.U. Reader1.0

05 December 2004

RSS newsreader.

Overview

The Project D.U. Reader isn't your father's RSS newsreader. It's preloaded with some of the best blogs on the Web so you get up-to-the-minute headlines from our favorite sites on Music, Entertainment, Sports, Gaming, Travel and Fashion.

It's customizable so you can add your own channels, feeds and create your own favorites icons. Yeah, you can change the color too.

The Project D.U. Reader has a custom-designed interface and an editor who can point you to the best posts in the network. All of this is presented by SBC.

No shirt. No shoes. No spyware.

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How would you rate Project D.U. Reader app?

5 Reviews of Project D.U. Reader

Anonymous
05 December 2004
Version: 1.0

Most helpful

this is written by the Telephone Company - SBC. Their site is very professional and entertaining. Could it be cool if it's from SBC??
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4.25
Anonymous
08 December 2004
Version: 1.0
Like it a lot. Must have 10.3 or higher for it to function properly. Best feature is adding favorites.
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1
Anonymous
06 December 2004
Version: 1.0
I try to configure this thing, and it stalls every time. Also, there is way too much self-advertisement going on inside the app itself. Why can't you get rid of the channel that links back to their website? I like the favorites at the top, though.
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1.5
Anonymous
06 December 2004
Version: 1.0
Very buggy, slow to respond, a little clunky and the interface needs a *lot* of work. Be aware that this app "phones home" four times on startup and by default (I'm assuming because of the prepopulated feeds) contacts a wide variety of other servers (I counted 21 different ones before giving up counting).
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Anonymous
06 December 2004
Version: 1.0
Slow. Very, very slow...Takes forever to start. Can't resize it from left to right. Strange flashes when I mouse over left side. Cooler looking than it is functional right now, but it's got potential.
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Anonymous
05 December 2004
Version: 1.0
this is written by the Telephone Company - SBC. Their site is very professional and entertaining. Could it be cool if it's from SBC??
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