New in Feeder 3
Feeder 3 gets a brand new look with thumbnails and previews in the list, Markdown editing and autosaved drafts. Feeder’s library can work safely with cloud storage services, and feeds can be shared with others in a self-contained format that preserves all the settings. A new Share extension makes it easy to add links from other apps. There are many other new features and improvements too, like a global link search and replace, Quick Look previews for enclosure uploads, improved HTML editing and more.
Get Started Quickly
Getting started with Feeder is easy. Create a new feed using templates, download feeds from your web site or import existing files. From then on, creating content for your feed as straightforward as writing email, so you will know instinctively what to do.
Perfect for Podcasters
Feeder has everything you need to create and publish podcasts, including full support for the Apple Podcasts and iTunes U extensions and Flattr micropayments. 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.
With Feeder, editing items in your feed is as straightforward as writing an email and it's easy to add links and images to enrich your content. Write descriptions in HTML or Markdown. 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.
Feeder can publish your feed using FTP, SFTP, Amazon S3, WebDAV or to folders on disk, and will upload the feed, enclosures and images with a single click. Feeds can be scheduled for publication. Also when publishing, Feeder can post items from your feed to a blog, and announce your new content on Twitter once everything is online.
Feeder's versatility also extends to Sparkle appcasts. Sparkle is a popular framework used by software developers to provide self-updating applications and uses RSS feeds to deliver the updates. Feeder can be used to create these appcast feeds, including full support for the Sparkle tags, can also automatically generate signatures and preview release notes exactly as seen by the user.