updated 12:10 pm EDT, Thu May 25, 2006
MacReporter goes Universal
Daedale today released MacReporter 2.5, an update that refines the user interface and brings native Intel compatibility to the news reader application. The interface is designed to maintain a balance between power and ease of use, while offering an intuitive experience. "Smart News Feeds" display articles matching users' habits and expectations, while recent articles are kept close for later retrieval. Users can locate articles using a new search function, and a news feed search feature discovers sites matching specified keywords. The application includes the ability to share articles, and incorporates "hot news" that outlines important articles to either share or keep on hand. Further MacReporter features include one-click subscription to feeds directly from a Web browser, and Dock control to read all news using the Dock in Mac OS X Tiger. MacReporter 2.5 is priced at $25, and requires Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later. The upgrade is free for all MacReporter 2 owners.