Feed Notifier for Mac OS X!

2012 November 1
by Michael Fogleman

I’ve developed a port of Feed Notifier for Mac OS X. It integrates with the new “Notification Center” in Mountain Lion, so the popup notifications have a standard look and feel. Features for the Mac version include…

  • Track any number of RSS and Atom feeds
  • Specify the polling frequency for each feed
  • Import feeds from other readers
  • Configure notification popup contents
  • Configure if and when sounds are played
  • Pause and resume updates
  • Force the app to check all feeds from the menu
  • Launch items in your browser by clicking on notifications
  • Automatically run the app at login

There are a couple other similar apps already on the App Store but they either require (and only work with) Google Reader or aren’t quite as polished. So check it out!

Download on the App Store

3 Responses leave one →
  1. Richard permalink
    December 11, 2012

    Hi! Does this mean you’re continuing development on FeedNotifier? Cuz I gotta say it’s my favorite RSS reader, and I would love to see it further developed! Even if it’s as a paid version.

    My number one, absolute priority would be to fix the repeated notifications on some feeds. That alone would guarantee an immediate purchase for me ;)

    Hope to hear from you again soon!

  2. Geoff permalink
    January 27, 2014

    How does this work? I have downloaded the app from the app store and the app is open in the Dock but now what?? Its not in Safari and the app show no content.

  3. Chris permalink
    January 30, 2014

    Free on Windows, 2,99$ on OS X. Not in my backyard.

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