Newsflow
Newsflow
1.4.11

3.3

Newsflow free download for Mac

Newsflow

1.4.11
27 September 2019

News from all of your favorite websites on your desktop.

Overview

Newsflow brings news from all of your favorite websites right to your desktop. Enjoy your articles in a fast, fluent and highly customizable news reader.

Features
  • Feedly sync / Feedbin sync / Feed Wrangler sync / Standalone RSS engine
  • Save to Buffer, Evernote, Pocket, Readability, Instapaper
  • Beautiful themes (including night mode) and fully customizable news reader appearance
  • Article summary / Clutter-free article / Original website
  • Keyboard shortcuts
  • Alerts/banners for new articles and access to past alerts in Notification Center
  • Folders, subscription management, RSS, RDF, ATOM support

What's new in Newsflow

Version 1.4.11:
  • Fixed: Compatibility issues

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5 Newsflow Reviews

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Jazzyguy
28 November 2014

Most helpful

I Bought it and it seems OK for now. I have to give it 5 stars as its performance is Ok. I am not excited about its performance as as one page failed in Safari that it referred to. I guess it will be better as it matures.
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Version 1.0
harrietrantoulhazard
18 February 2019
Where's the news????
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Version 1.4.9
Steinar-Helgesen
11 October 2016
Hmmm, its not FREE its 5dollar. Yes seems ok BUT you cant choose if you more than one screen. REALY disappointed about that. You have so much less options than Newsbar have that at least but buggy after Sierra is out.
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Version 1.4.2
Lvalue
18 September 2015
Just FYI, it seems this app used to be a paid one, but at least for now it's free at MAS. I downloaded it, gave it a very short try, and eventually deleted it, as this app seems to be sluggish compared to ReadKit (the news reader I've been using).
In ReadKit, not only the headlines but the summaries are readily available when you click a news item, but Newsflow seems to load those summaries upon your clicking and so it takes some time.
YMMV, and please give it a try especially if you need a free news reader.

EDIT: Disclaimer: I'm not an affiliate or have any ties with ReadKit except that I'm a register user of it.
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Version 1.4.1
1 answer(s)
GustavoAlmeida1721
GustavoAlmeida1721
04 October 2016
No, it's paid in MAS as well.
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aaffonso
17 December 2014
I have been looking for a NewsFire replacement for ages and my #1 demand is be able to hide the in-app browser, I do not need this "feature" on a desktop reader since I rather to use the default browser. This app could be what I'm looking but it's hard to know, both developer and MAS pages do not say much about the app and demo/trial seems an old practice nowadays. I know it is not that expensive, but I am tired of paying for useless software just to be able to test.
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Version 1.0
Jazzyguy
28 November 2014
I Bought it and it seems OK for now. I have to give it 5 stars as its performance is Ok. I am not excited about its performance as as one page failed in Safari that it referred to. I guess it will be better as it matures.
Like
Version 1.0