March 6, 2006 14:54 | MacStuff / WebBlogging


Adriaan quietly announced his new desktop aggregator application for Mac, called "endo".

It's a quite novel approach to aggregation, UI wise. Lots of powerful "Smart Filtering" possibilities, and customization. Wicked fast, Universal build (for PPC and Intel Macs) and keyboard-friendly for us notebook users.

Try it out and let us know what you think!

Bravo Adriaan!


I just recently got into the feed reading game (I'm a late adopter to everything, so sue me) and haven't liked any of the half-dozen readers I've tried on the Mac over the last week, until I stumbled upon endo today. It is really a quite marvelous approach to viewing and reading feeds, and just what I was looking for.

So far, based on an hour or two of use, the two things I'm really missing:
* Growl integration -- please, oh please, oh please, I love Growl and use it everywhere, it would be marvelous to get an alert whenever a new entry from somewhere appears.
* A toolbar. I haven't quite determined what I want on it, but I miss it. I want to be able to customize it and put buttons on it in addition to just my groups, instead of having everything in the menu bar.

It would also be very nice to be able to specify the length of excerpts in the summary view.

I'm really digging the Unified Aqua theme. Awesome app.

...just discovered the notification bezel option, but request for Growl integration still applies...