Release Notes: The integrated feed validator was removed due to lack of support for RDF and Atom formats. The new validator allows you to enter the URL of the newsfeed, and will forward to the well-known W3C feed validator that supports all major formats and namespaces. On Windows, the security of the embedded browser was improved by making use of the Local Machine Zone Lockdown, which forces local content to operate in the more secure Internet Zone. Settings are now backed up and restored in case a previous shutdown failed to store them correctly. This should fix issues where all settings were lost.
Release Notes: This release allows you to install additional languages into RSSOwl (from Tools > Language).
Release Notes: This is the first maintenance for RSSOwl 2.1 and includes some bugfixes, performance improvements, and little new features like the ability to quickly change layouts from an opened feed.
Release Notes: This release comes with some exciting cool new features: Google reader articles synchronization; new headlines and list layout; a redesigned newspaper view; news archiving; readability support; instant folder aggregation; improved performance and reliability; and a full changelog. Existing users will see this version showing up as an update.
Release Notes: Some bugfixes and a few new features were added. Most notably, the Google Reader import is functional again. Existing users can easily update using the integrated update manager (Help | Check for Updates).
Release Notes: This release comes with quite a few bugfixes and performance and stability improvements. Existing users can easily update using the integrated update manager (Help | Check for Updates). Linux and Mac users should consider reinstalling RSSOwl completely, as the framework for the user interface was updated for this release. This framework is not part of the usual update.