RSS Upper

Developer: Idea 6DS IT Limited Company

Current Version: 1.0.4

Last Updated: 4 years ago

Download Size: 727.1 KB - Download


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Liked Safari browser RSS reader? You'll definitely like this.

- High speed and efficient RSS engine
- Fast RSS Feeds loading
- RSS Feeds import (opml)
- Creating groups
- Favorites for later reading
- Read in RSS Upper or in any other browser
- Display articles under the current tab or open a new one
- Sort by date, title and source
- Intelligent search
- Intelligent article length option
- Change beetwen one line view or more
- Extremely intuitive and user-friendly interface
- Very low CPU and memory usage
- RSS 2.0, ATOM support


Release Notes:

- optimized for 10.9 OS X Mavericks


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.0.2
Review by JBWilson

A no nonsense RSS reader! - RSS Upper is a promising new RSS feeder that reminds me very much of Safari’s earlier one. It is a fast, no nonsense app that simply gets the job done. What could be adjusted is the text in the summary view option. At present, there can be just way too much of it. Several lines should do the trick. Even better would be to allow the user to adjust how many lines are available. I would also add a bullet to each RSS feed line to help separate the feeds themselves—much like Safari had. Other than that, I find really no shortcomings. For an effective RSS reader, you can’t really go wrong with RSS Upper. I look forward to the possibility of the areas I mentioned being addressed.

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people
Version 1.0.0
Review by SteveBjorg

Bordering on totally useless - At first, this app looks nice, but it's missign even the most basic of features that render it all but useless. For example: * There is no way to import existing feeds. Instead, each feed has to be lovely copy-pasted into the box. * There is no way to go from feed entry to next feed entry, which is odd since it has a built-in browser. Instead, you have to click on the feed entry to open it, then click the back button to go back to the feed list, so that you can click on the next feed entry. * When you close the app through the red-button in top-level corner, it actually shuts down and goes away! So, if you want to keep around in the background, you have to hide it instead. No other reader app I tested has this odd behavior. That said, there is potential, but the developer will have to work on it. Feeds are loaded quickly and organized into categories of your choosing. However, until the above concerns are addressed, this app is not worth anyone's attention.

Found helpful by 3 out of 3 people