Developer: Stuffed Iggy Software
Current Version: 1.3
Last Updated: 4 years ago
Download Size: 2.4 MB - Download
Zipline is a plugin-based news and information ticker for your desktop. Pulling events and information from Facebook, RSS feeds, iCal events and todos, Twitter and NOAA's weather.gov, Zipline lets you passively keep an eye on whatʼs going on on your computer and in your life. With its highly customizable interface, Zipline makes it simple for you to make it an integral and beautiful part of your desktop.
* Added option to hide the Dock icon
* Added options to show tasks due in the past and completed tasks
* Fixed an issue where zip codes with a leading zero would be truncated in the Weather preferences
* Fixed an issue where the appearance preview would not display correctly
* Updated graphics for HiDPI (retina) displays
* Improved overall stability and reliability
* Added compatibility with OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion and dropped compatibility with 32-bit Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard
Most Helpful Reviews
Great Ticker! - This is the perfect ticker for everything you need like twitter, rss, Facebook ,ical, and your system. Plus you can check it out before you buy by downloading the trial version on the developers website. I love developers who allow customers to try before you buy. I tried it and fell in love with it, I'm sure you will as well.
Good Start, No Hope for Improvement - I purchased this on the faith of the authors promise to impliment some changes. That was way back in the early part of the year. Eight months later, no new features and no real hope of it ever being updates. There are other tickers on the App Store that have a larger feature set but this is what I've been looking for…with those features. In the end, save your money on this and go elsewhere where the developer will support the product with updates.
More Reviews for Current Version
Very functional Reader - I was looking for a marquee-style RSS reader for my Mac. This one definitely fits the bill and works as advertised. I have a dual-monitor setup and I was easily able to place the Marquee on my secondary display. It’s very easy to customize with content and has a lot of options. Overall very good and I’m very happy with it (works with Mavericks). I have two suggestions for the developer. One would be to make the Marquee moveable (click & drag). It sits a few centimeters below my taskbar and I’d much rather be able to move it flush. The second suggestion would be to provide more bar styles instead of just the current one that has curved edges. I’d like to be able to have a simplified rectangular bar. But these are minor issues and are more about my preference than anything else. Overall very functional!