Akregator is a KDE RSS aggregator. It supports the best known metaphors from existing aggregators. It also facilitates good integration with KDE by maintaining an interface similar to Konqueror and KMail.
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Release Notes: This release features minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: This beta introduces several features, such as an improved internal browser, better notification, column sorting, an overall polished GUI, and improved stability. This is most likely the last beta before the final Akregator 1.0, released as part of KDE-PIM 3.4.
Release Notes: This release features improved tabbed browsing, an RSS icon in Konqueror for convenient addition of auto-detected feeds, and a lot of bugfixes. Beta7 had some compatibility issues which have been fixed: akregator and its Kontact plugin work with all KDE versions from KDE 3.2 to CVS HEAD. Translations are finally included, and this release is available in twenty languages.
Release Notes: In this version, the archive size can be limited now so that one can either set the maximum of articles to keep or expire articles whose age exceeds a certain limit. Keyboard behavior is now similar to KMail's. The article viewer can be scrolled via Up/Down, move in the feed list via Alt+Cursors, etc. Some bugs regarding switching views and update were fixed. Also, rendering a feed with many articles should be a lot faster now.
Release Notes: The focus of the release was enhanced usability. Akregator has shed its old cumbersome multi-window interface and instead now uses a standard feed list. Additionally, feed lists are now saved on the fly without any user interaction. A number of new features were also added. Akregator can now be configured to popup a notification balloon when new articles are fetched. Lots of bugs and crashes have been fixed. Many session management fixes were made. The kontact part works much more reliably now.