ANN: FeedDemon 1.10

I’m pleased to announce the final release of FeedDemon 1.10. Among the highlights in this new release are:

  • Support for Atom feeds
  • A new integrated web search
  • The ability to search previously downloaded feed items
  • Improved browser features such as popup blocking and form auto-completion
  • Enhanced grouping and styling of feed items

In addition to these “big” new features, version 1.10 offers a lot of smaller tweaks that really boost FeedDemon’s usability. A complete list of what’s new can be found in the release notes, but be sure to watch the FeedDemon Tips blog over the next week since we’ll be highlighting a number of new features that you might overlook (such as this one).

If you already own FeedDemon 1.0, the upgrade to version 1.10 is free – just download the new trial version and install it on top of the previous version, and you’re set to go. Your serial number, channel subscriptions and other information will all be retained.

My thanks and appreciation go to everyone who not only tested FeedDemon, but also stuck with me during that nasty little episode with the neck surgery. A couple months back I had no idea when I’d be able to get FeedDemon 1.10 out the door, so I’m really glad to announce that it’s done :)

PS: If you have any questions about the new release, please visit the web-based forums for help. I’ll also be updating the FeedDemon FAQ over the next few days to address common questions about 1.10.

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