| 2/15/2006 - A new beta
version of FeedForAll Mac has been
Mac allows users to publish,
make and edit RSS feeds and podcasts.
New RSS feeds, podcasts and iTunes
can be quickly and easily created
with FeedForAll Mac. A WYSWIG editor
allows for feeds to be easily formatted
ensuring that all RSS feeds created
with FeedForAll Mac have a professional
| The new beta features
include the following:
• FeedForAll Mac now supports unified
publishing. Publish the feed, all
enclosures, images, and other files
at the same time to FTP, .Mac or
servers on your local network. This
feature also supports publishing
the feed in a variety of export
formats and publishing an OPML list.
• The Yahoo® Media Extensions (Media
RSS) has been added to the list
of supported Extensions (XML Namespaces)
when creating Feeds and Podcasts.
FeedForAll Mac supports adding metadata
elements for iTunes®, Microsoft®
Simple List Extensions (cf), Dublin
Core (dc), Syndication (sy), and
Content as well.
• Import items from other feeds.
FeedForAll Mac uses a new advanced
import feature allowing the user
greater control over the items imported.
• FeedForAll Mac now has OPML capabilities.
This includes the ability to create
a simple OPML list or blogroll of
the feeds that you work with in
• In addition to being able to specify
an XSL file, now a CSS file can
be specified for controlling the
display of the contents of the feed.
Mac System Requirements:
OS X 10.3.9 or higher
Mb of free space