A new beta of NetNewsWire (a very fine RSS aggregator or news reader) has been released .
The updated beta (2.1b32) offers registered users a free two-year subscription to Newsgator’s syncing service, which is a third option alongside syncing with your .Mac account or FTP server for synchronising your news subscriptions between multiple Macs.
If you don’t already have a Newsgator account (free), the beta will guide through the process of creating one.
NewNewsWire is also currently discounted (USD 19.95 instead of the normal USD 24.95), an offer that will stand until version 2.1 is officially released.
I couldn’t do Hawk Wings without it. There’s no other way for me to get across all the information I need to see more efficiently and reliably.
If you’ve been waiting for a good time to register the full version, the time is now.
UPDATE: David Chartier at TUAW provides a list of the extra features included in the Newsgator subscription, which I should have done, but didn’t.
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Tags: efficiency, NetNewsWire, news aggregator, news feeds, newsgator, Productivity, RSS