Introducing SushiReader: The Simplest River-Of-News RSS Reader For Busy People
Heng-Cheong Leong, MyAppleMenu
I've made a RSS reader called SushiReader
. It's available on the Mac App Store.
I've two goals when I built this RSS reader. Firstly, it has to be fast and simple. I don't want to mess around too much with folders and tags and what nots. I just want to press a key to read the next article.
But, more importantly, I don't want to manage. I don't want to "manage" my subscriptions. I don't want to have to figure out when is a good time to press the "Mark all Articles as Read" button: do I press it now and start afresh, but with nothing new to read for a while until new news start coming in, or do I press it later at the risk of accumulating even more articles that I will not be able to get to? The software must just have to "manage" subscriptions and articles for me, automatically, behind the scenes.
Well, this is really the first version of SushiReader, that I've come up with. (I've labeled it version 2. There exists a version 1. It wasn't very good.) I've been using SushiReader as my main RSS reader for the past couple of months; maybe you'd like it too? (There is a demo version
available that you can try out for free.)
If you like this little software that I've written, please do consider purchasing it on the Mac App Store.
I'll be continuing improving SushiReader, and probably will be "borrowing" a few ideas from Mr Dave Winer and his river-of-news/checkbox-news/reading-list/etc concepts. If you bought this software and have a few ideas of your own, please feel free to e-mail me