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Caffeinated 2.0 is a fast, easy to use, stand alone RSS reader. Built upon version 1.3.3's base system it has been rewritten to be completely stand alone, fast and fun to use.
Please note, Caffeinated does work on 10.6 and is usable, but there are oddities compared to the latest 10.7+ OS's.
Along with its beautiful interface ( which looks stunning on a Retina Display ), Caffeinated also is feature rich, heres a few of what it has to offer:
- Authenticated feeds support
- Manual subscription management, you can import / export, subscribe, unsubscribe and manually reorder your subscriptions
- Share articles to multiple services, these include:
- Twitter ( or on 10.8 you can choose to use the Sharing Service )
- Google Plus
- Read It Later
- Safari Reading List
- Messages ( 10.8 only via Sharing Service )
- Email ( via your email client )
Also great features such as:
- Create custom shortcuts for various actions
- View the original article within the application
- View articles in various sorting orders and groups
- Extremely customisable, custom themeable articles
- Full Retina Display support
Caffeinated 2.0 has also been tweaked and change under the hood to provide incredible responsiveness whilst casually using the application or whilst storing thousands of articles.
This is just the start, Caffeinated is always being actively worked on to improve and bring new features to the table. Also comes with great customer support.
What's New in Version 2.0.5
Fixes issue with crashing on database upgrade.
Fixes issue with double escaped URL's.
Fixes issues with a few buttons not behaving as they should in and out of fullscreen.
Fixes issue with double click not working.
General performance enhancements.
Added better sync progress indicator ( now is actually a progress bar ).
Great app, no sync hurts, but features make up for it.
This app is incredibly feature-rich and has all the things an OCD RSS freak like me could want- except sync. However, the app is still a great RSS reader. With support for auto readability, auto mark unread, and a built in browser, this app has your reading needs covered. Moreover, it make RSS feel modern again, like checking email- simple. The only notable complaints I have is generally sparse help documentation (although there are many tooltips to help you understand) and there are a few obscure preferences that most people will want to toggle that are buried under menus- particularly OS X 10.8 sharing is available, but toggled off, defaulting to web-based authentication for Facebook and Twitter instead. The bottom line, however, is that this is a well-built and powerful RSS/atom application.
It’s improved over time with updates
Latest iteration is much better and more stable than earlier verisons. I’ve gotten used to it’s quirks, and actually am starting to like it. My biggest issue is that after a system restart, many times it loses it’s mind/memory/setting, and shows a very large number of past articles as unread. Otherwise, it just works.