NewsRack
NewsRack
1.2

4.1

NewsRack

NewsRack

1.227 September 2011

Powerful RSS reader with Google Reader support.

NewsRack
$7.99
27 September 2011

4.1

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NewsRack

NewsRack

1.227 September 2011

Powerful RSS reader with Google Reader support.

Overview

NewsRack is a powerful RSS reader for Mac OS X that can be fully synchronized with your Google Reader account (if you want to).It offers a keyboard-friendly, tabbed interface that stays out of your way, so that you can focus on the news you care about.

Features:

  • Synchronization with Google Reader (optional, can also be used without a Google account)
  • Drag and Drop editing of your feed list
  • Thumbnail image previews
  • Tabbed browser
  • Keyboard-friendly interface

What's new in NewsRack

Version 1.2:
  • Improved fullscreen support for OS X 10.7 Lion
  • Improved behavior of the feed list in Web tabs
  • Fixes a problem with the default font size setting not being saved

Requirements for NewsRack

  • Mac OS X 10.6.8 or later

21 Reviews

Rate this app:

04 March 2011

Most helpful

Can't try -> won't buy.
Like (8)
Version 1.0
03 December 2013
NewsRack was my preferred rss reader. It had tons of features, including the possibility to expand it to your own needs using applescript. As an example I used this to automatically repost news in MarsEdit. I would have given this app 5 stars - but sadly it is discontinued now. To end I want to comment on what is written on the product page: ...it's been clear for a while that NewsRack was falling behind the competition in a lot of ways... No, sir. All other competitors were behind you!
Like
Version 1.2
08 February 2012
Can't complain much about the App, looks pleasant to the eye and works well. There's one mayor thing though that bothers me: The search function just searches the titles of the feeds and not the feed's content — very annoying. I emailed the dev about it if he's planning to change that, but no response. A bit disappointing.
Like (1)
Version 1.2
09 June 2011
Like
Version 1.1.1
01 June 2011
Would be nice if you could actually delete the article in the feed.
Like
Version 1.1.1
26 May 2011
I only bought this app because I could not wait for NetNewsWire 4 (after having tried the new NNW Lite). I have been using NetNewsWire (NNW) 3.2.15 for months now and love it! Recently, I've been trying out Reeder for Mac, Caffeinated and Gruml. Both Reeder and Caffeinated have amazing UI but lack the usability/customisability of NNW. For someone with 250+ feeds, usability takes priority over UI goodness. So, Reeder and Caffeinated didn't suit me. Then I tried Gruml. It's nice, but it's kinda slow. Surely feels like a 'beta' application (which it really is). So, no go for Gruml as well. I finally decided to try Newsrack. First things first, I hate when an app doesn't have a trial version! I want to try before I buy. Agreed this is not possible in the iOS App Store, but for Mac apps, this is surely possible! Second, the UI of Newsrack looks appealing and that is why I bought it (but mainly because I could not wait for NNW 4). So, how is Newsrack? I must say..I deleted this app within 30 minutes of using it. It's that bad. It's in no-mans land. It tries to match the UI appeal of, say Reeder or Caffeinated, and pales in comparison (except may be the article view, which is kinda good). But when it comes to usability/customisability, it sucks! Sucks big, big, big time! I have very rarely seen a paid app with so minimal preference options. I mean, you cannot even change the font size of the feed list! This is insane, stupid, ignorant and what not! You cannot have custom keyboard shorcuts. If I begin writing all the places where this app falls short on usability, I won't stop. So, end opinion. Please do not buy this app. Not unless the developer gets a trial version on its website! 6 Euros of complete waste.
Like (6)
Version 1.1
20 May 2011
Like
Version 1.1
20 May 2011
Does this integrate with the iOS version at all so both devices are synced?
Like
Version 1.1
3 answer(s)
pg5220
20 May 2011
Yes. It uses Google Reader to sync between devices.
Like
Bedouin
20 May 2011
Would be cool if the two versions could sync directly withn one another without using Google as a conduit.
Like (2)
Neil-M
17 March 2013
Now that Google Reader is being discontinued - I wonder how it will sync?
Like (1)
20 May 2011
love it on both iOS and MacOS
Like
Version 1.1
26 April 2011
Like
Version 1.0
17 April 2011
Like
Version 1.0
$7.99

4.1

Category:

Internet

Newsreaders

Developer Website:
DownloadPurchase now

Downloaded & Installed 2,922 times

$7.99

4.1

Category:

Internet

Newsreaders

Developer Website:
DownloadPurchase now

Downloaded & Installed 2,922 times

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21 Reviews

Rate this app:

04 March 2011

Most helpful

Can't try -> won't buy.
Like (8)
Version 1.0
03 December 2013
NewsRack was my preferred rss reader. It had tons of features, including the possibility to expand it to your own needs using applescript. As an example I used this to automatically repost news in MarsEdit. I would have given this app 5 stars - but sadly it is discontinued now. To end I want to comment on what is written on the product page: ...it's been clear for a while that NewsRack was falling behind the competition in a lot of ways... No, sir. All other competitors were behind you!
Like
Version 1.2
08 February 2012
Can't complain much about the App, looks pleasant to the eye and works well. There's one mayor thing though that bothers me: The search function just searches the titles of the feeds and not the feed's content — very annoying. I emailed the dev about it if he's planning to change that, but no response. A bit disappointing.
Like (1)
Version 1.2
09 June 2011
Like
Version 1.1.1
01 June 2011
Would be nice if you could actually delete the article in the feed.
Like
Version 1.1.1
26 May 2011
I only bought this app because I could not wait for NetNewsWire 4 (after having tried the new NNW Lite). I have been using NetNewsWire (NNW) 3.2.15 for months now and love it! Recently, I've been trying out Reeder for Mac, Caffeinated and Gruml. Both Reeder and Caffeinated have amazing UI but lack the usability/customisability of NNW. For someone with 250+ feeds, usability takes priority over UI goodness. So, Reeder and Caffeinated didn't suit me. Then I tried Gruml. It's nice, but it's kinda slow. Surely feels like a 'beta' application (which it really is). So, no go for Gruml as well. I finally decided to try Newsrack. First things first, I hate when an app doesn't have a trial version! I want to try before I buy. Agreed this is not possible in the iOS App Store, but for Mac apps, this is surely possible! Second, the UI of Newsrack looks appealing and that is why I bought it (but mainly because I could not wait for NNW 4). So, how is Newsrack? I must say..I deleted this app within 30 minutes of using it. It's that bad. It's in no-mans land. It tries to match the UI appeal of, say Reeder or Caffeinated, and pales in comparison (except may be the article view, which is kinda good). But when it comes to usability/customisability, it sucks! Sucks big, big, big time! I have very rarely seen a paid app with so minimal preference options. I mean, you cannot even change the font size of the feed list! This is insane, stupid, ignorant and what not! You cannot have custom keyboard shorcuts. If I begin writing all the places where this app falls short on usability, I won't stop. So, end opinion. Please do not buy this app. Not unless the developer gets a trial version on its website! 6 Euros of complete waste.
Like (6)
Version 1.1
20 May 2011
Like
Version 1.1
20 May 2011
Does this integrate with the iOS version at all so both devices are synced?
Like
Version 1.1
3 answer(s)
pg5220
20 May 2011
Yes. It uses Google Reader to sync between devices.
Like
Bedouin
20 May 2011
Would be cool if the two versions could sync directly withn one another without using Google as a conduit.
Like (2)
Neil-M
17 March 2013
Now that Google Reader is being discontinued - I wonder how it will sync?
Like (1)
20 May 2011
love it on both iOS and MacOS
Like
Version 1.1
26 April 2011
Like
Version 1.0
17 April 2011
Like
Version 1.0