LuckNews
LuckNews
3.2.2

5.0

LuckNews free download for Mac

LuckNews3.2.2

14 September 2019

Full featured news reader.

Overview

LuckNews is a fully featured, easy to use, fast, free, news reader for your Mac.

Features:
  • Article navigation is very easy - use the swipe gesture to advance to the next article. Most of your time spent using LuckNews will be spent reading the articles - this is made easy in LuckNews
  • A simple interface. Easy to understand and use
  • Enhanced for Retina display
  • Organize your subscriptions into folders
  • Article Search. Quickly search for articles that contain keywords
  • Retrieve RSS subscriptions that were in Mail before Mountain Lion (prior to 10.8)
  • Supports Notification Center
  • Read articles offline
  • Import/Export of OPML files (OPML is a subscription interchange format)
  • Able to display RSS content in any language
  • Online help is available at the support site

LuckNews has many additional features and nice touches which need to be used to be appreciated. LuckNews has been designed to provide a quality news reading experience.

What's new in LuckNews

Version 3.2.2:
  • The apps appearance has been changed slightly
  • The search function has been fixed

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How would you rate LuckNews app?

2 Reviews of LuckNews

5
zlazkow
15 September 2019
Version: 3.2.2

Most helpful

Excellent news reader. I use it on and off for about 8 years. Doesn't consume as much memory as Vienna for example. This is a total overhaul of interface, but I liked the older style, plain and simple. Recommend.
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richcamron
18 January 2020
Version: 3.2.2
Love this app on my Mac and use it daily to follow upwards of 100 feeds, but wish there was a compatible iPad version
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5
zlazkow
15 September 2019
Version: 3.2.2
Excellent news reader. I use it on and off for about 8 years. Doesn't consume as much memory as Vienna for example. This is a total overhaul of interface, but I liked the older style, plain and simple. Recommend.
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