RSS Menu Extension for Safari
RSS Menu Extension for Safari
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RSS Menu Extension for Safari2.3.0

09 February 2017

Discover RSS feeds in Safari 6.

Overview

RSS Menu Extension for Safari allows Safari to discover RSS, Atom, and RDF feeds that may be advertised on web pages you visit. Discovered feeds are listed on a toolbar menu, from which you can either subscribe to them in your default Mac news-reader app (Vienna, Reeder, NetNewsWire, etc.), or preview the latest articles directly in your browser.

What's new in RSS Menu Extension for Safari

Version 2.3.0:
  • Visual refinements and essential bug fixes.
  • Updates to the jfeed library used to generate the feed preview.
  • Removal of the YouTube feeds functionality, which hasn't worked for some time because Google no longer provides an API.

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How would you rate RSS Menu Extension for Safari app?

4 Reviews of RSS Menu Extension for Safari

5
truthhurts
27 July 2012
Version: 1.7

Most helpful

Does the job, and does it well. Provides immediate visual notification that a page offers RSS feeds (although I'd like an option for the button to show an orange RSS icon, if possible), and allows selecting any feed desired. Integration with Google Reader is icing on the cake, making it even better than what Safari previously offered. Good stuff.
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Jifi
15 July 2020
Version: 2.3.0
doesn't work any more with Safari 13.
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gatovadio
12 August 2012
Version: 1.8.4
another suggestion: http://tools.rubenarakelyan.com/safari/tickerbar/
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5
KernelG
12 August 2012
Version: 1.8.4
The ability to view all available feeds, and subscribe via Google Reader inside the browser, make this the one. Nicely done.
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5
truthhurts
27 July 2012
Version: 1.7
Does the job, and does it well. Provides immediate visual notification that a page offers RSS feeds (although I'd like an option for the button to show an orange RSS icon, if possible), and allows selecting any feed desired. Integration with Google Reader is icing on the cake, making it even better than what Safari previously offered. Good stuff.
(3)
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