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Newsgator RSS Reader now free!


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NewsGator has always been one of the best RSS readers out there. The only bad thing about it was that it was not a free application like so many other readers out there.

Just read that the new releases of NewsGator are now free (as in beer!).

source: http://www.rassoc.com/gregr/weblog/
download: http://www.newsgator.com/Individuals/FeedDemon/Default.aspx

We’ve got a lot of big news today at NewsGator.

First, we’ve got new releases of our most popular applications: FeedDemon 2.6, NetNewsWire 3.1, Inbox 3.0 (beta), and NewsGator Go! for Windows Mobile 2.0. Each of these is a pretty major release on its own - tons of new features in all of them.

But second, every one of those applications is now free! Free as in beer, that is. And add to the free list NewsGator Go! for BlackBerry as well. And not only are they free, but our online services (including synchronization) are now free as well! Not to mention our iPhone reader, HTML mobile reader, and all of the other applications that are part of our online platform.

I haven’t been this excited about our consumer products and strategy since we bought FeedDemon and NetNewsWire a couple of years ago.

But I can hear you asking already…”why, Greg, why would you do such a thing?”

What we’re working to do is to saturate the market with our clients. Anyone who wants a rich experience for consuming content, or anyone who uses multiple computers or devices and wants a best-of-breed experience on each can now use our clients. Using a Mac at home, along with an iPhone? NetNewsWire and our iPhone reader will sync up. Have a PC at the office? FeedDemon will sync with your other two applications. And they’ll all sync with NewsGator Online. It all just works.


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I tried this a few years ago because I liked the fact you could sync a client offline, but went away from it because I had issues that I can't recall atm.

I don't know - I have heard good things but not sure why I would switch from Bloglines. Anyone using Newsgator?

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