Feeder is an application for creating, editing and publishing RSS feeds on Mac OS X. Whether it’s a news feed for your site or a podcast, Feeder makes it simple. Getting started with Feeder is easy: create a new feed using a templates as a starting point. Feeder comes with many useful templates built in. You can also download a feed from a web site or import an existing file.
From then on, creating content for your feed as straightforward as writing email, so you will know instinctively what to do. Feeder has everything you need to create and publish podcasts, including full support for the iTunes Podcasting Extensions. Drag and drop media files to add enclosures, Feeder can automatically tag and add artwork all popular podcast file types including MP3s, M4As, M4Vs and QuickTime movies. Check how your podcast will look in the iTunes Store with Feeder’s iTunes Preview.
With Feeder, editing items in your feed is as straightfoward as writing an email and it’s easy to add links and images to enrich your content. Feeder can also auto-complete from previous entries to save you typing. So you can be sure everything in your feed looks good before publishing, Feeder has a comprehensive preview where you can check images, test links and proofread text.
- Fixed a crash that could occur when attempting to download a feed that doesn’t exist.
- Fixed a problem working with links that include characters that need percent encoding.
- Fixed a problem where the publish panel may not be displayed if some original files are missing.
- When sending announcements, the feed link will be used if no article link is present.
- Amazon S3 buckets can now be created in the Northern California location.
- Worked around a problem where Feeder would fail to connect to SFTP servers that block password authentication.
- Fixed a problem where Feeder would fail to create S3 buckets whose names were not specified in lowercase.
- Fixed a problem where Feeder would not report errors generating DSA signatures for Sparkle appcasts.
- Fixed a problem with the Refresh button on the Item Errors panel when the window is resized.