Release Notes: This release contains an integrated media player based on gstreamer, media synchronization, tag-based feed organization, and support for Apple itunes podcast links. It is also much faster, and better able to cope with large numbers of feeds.
Release Notes: PenguinTV is now packaged for Ubuntu and Fedora, and correctly works around mozilla crasher bugs. Users who have struggled to get all the necessary dependencies installed should try this version.
Release Notes: This release fixes a tag data loss bug in 2.5. Please upgrade.
Release Notes: An optional integrated media player based on GStreamer. Search support based on Lucene. Support for Mozilla rendering. A new two-pane "Planet-Style" layout. A new download window that lists all the files currently downloading. Optional fancier display of the feed list, including feed icons. Better tag organization, including favorite tags and tag searching.
Release Notes: While 2.0 represents a small change since 1.93, it's now good enough to be called the stable version.
Release Notes: This is a brown bag release that fixes a silly error.
Release Notes: This is a pre-release for 2.0. It supports HTTP authentication and is faster than ever.
Release Notes: An embarrassing bug which prevented the previous release from working was fixed.
Release Notes: Responsive even with hundreds of feeds. A progress bar at the window bottom for feed polling, downloads, and other lengthy operations.
Release Notes: The "startswith" bug has been fixed.