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Lektora
Lektora
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Lektora free download for Mac

Lektora for Mac1.5

21 January 2006

RSS aggregator for FireFox.

What is Lektora for Mac

Lektora is the RSS feed aggregator that integrates seamlessly with Firefox to enable easy reading of news feeds within the Web browser. Offering an intuitive user interface and highly polished aesthetic, Lektora simplifies subscribing to, reading and managing Web site news feeds, without sacrificing performance.

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Mar 2 2005
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the interface looks sleek, but the icons in the toolbar are large and take too much space. then the sleekness is excessive and not so functional. I use Sage RSS extension that is free and without expiration date and is continuosly updated. happy with that - installed Lektora and unistalled. I don't like the fact that it does not installs like other FF extensions
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This software really isn't "freeware" -- "time-bomb-ware" would be much more accurate. You know the drill: "We'll call this 'freeware,' but each version is only good for a month or two, and soon after that we'll start charging." Look... Freeware is just that -- free. No time bombs. No bait and switch. No tricking people to test your beta software for you by listing your software as "free" when you clearly intend to charge for it from the very beginning. Sometimes someone has to call a duck a duck.
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App requirements: 
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later

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