Synchronize your RSS feeds with Daily.
I’ve always found RSS apps to be interesting. They can be a great help when it comes to keeping up with news. The problem is I never really found ones that I like, until now. Meet Daily, a lightweight, clean, minimalistic news reader app for the Mac. Daily is designed by adb4nd.com
Daily lives in the menu bar of your Mac and when open, it displays your feeds in a clean advertising-free environment. You can tell Daily to refresh every 5, 15, 30 or 60 minutes. Or, even just once per day.
I like Daily because it’s giving me what I need without the non-essential extras of a lot of other RSS reader apps. Daily has such a clean design and user-friendly interface, it makes using it a breeze.
Daily is currently available in seven languages – English, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Traditional Chinese. It also comes packed with some default feeds you can start
using right away by clicking on the feed icon at the bottom lower corner and then by checking any of the ones listed.
Below that if you know of a feed not listed, you can simply add it yourself by typing it in and hitting enter.
I’ve only really found one flaw in Daily that gets to me. When I click on a feed from my list, Daily will open it in my default browser like it’s suppose to, but instead of fading behind the open browser windows, Daily stays open on top of the window. It does fade to transparent, but can still be seen so I find that myself taking an extra step to click on Daily to just hide it so I can get back to the article I had it open.
Daily is a new Mac app that was released on May 12, 2014. It still has room to grow but is definitely worth the $2.99.