Release Notes: This release introduces the ability of marking items as important, which then also appear in a special feed and do not expire. Furthermore, the font size in the item description pane can now be adjusted.
Release Notes: This release features browser-like Forward/Back buttons to move through the history of viewed items. Also new are a catch up command and easier dismissal of the helper windows.
Release Notes: This release introduces VMS-inspired versioning of the configuration file to recover from a possible corruption after an operating system crash. This feature also serves as a simple "undo" facility. Some minor usability and rendering improvements were also made.
Release Notes: The mouse pointer is now hidden when the keyboard navigation is used. Internet connectivity is tested for before an automatic update takes place and the updating process is postponed if the computer is offline. The OPML import script now only adds items that are not already subscribed to. A few smaller bugfixes and improvements were also made.
Release Notes: NewsFeed now includes a script to update feeds from the command line, for example from a cron job. Also, Windows support is officially back.
Release Notes: Installation is now simplified through use of the distutils package.
Release Notes: The program state is now saved automatically about every ten minutes. There is a new feed that displays news items that were opened in the browser, making it easier to find recently read stories. It is now also possible to run the program without installation from the current directory.
Release Notes: Overall program performance has been improved, particularly when starting up, updating feeds, or manipulating them in the list. The user interface features better highlighting and the ability to use the cursor keys for navigating feeds and items. The HTML renderer is now able to display working hyperlinks in the items description. Also new is the ability to add new feeds from an external program, such as a Web browser.