Danny “Critter” Chamberlin is a long-time FeedDemon customer who has always given great feedback, and he’s one of the most active people in the FeedDemon support forums. Danny was one of the first two people to be asked to give the FeedDemon 2.0 pre-release a test drive, and I owe him a big “thank you” for taking the time to help make FeedDemon a better program. Not only has he reported bugs I never would’ve encountered, but he’s also made a lot of suggestions that have really improved FeedDemon’s usability.
Danny has been using FeedDemon 2.0 for a couple of weeks now, and he says it’s definitely worth the wait:
“FeedDemon 2.0 is just so much more usable than 1.x it is amazing…One of the big efforts that is being made for this release is making it new-user/non-techie friendly…while still having the power and flexibility to be attractive to us Power Users as well, and I think they have accomplished that goal.”
Thanks for everything, Danny – if I can ever return the favor, please let me know.
PS: I know, I know, I’m being a tease this week by talking about a FeedDemon pre-release that few people have. Truth be told, I feel like FeedDemon 2.0 is the best work I’ve ever done, so I can’t help wanting to talk about it. It’s a short tease, though, since the first beta will be out next week.