Monotony 1.5

An unobtrusive and powerful feed reader for your Mac designed to check all your subscribed news and displays them on your desktop as notifications
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Monotony is an easy to use feed reader that allows you to subscribe to the latest feeds.

The latest news are displayed on your desktop as notifications, featuring a headline and a summary.

Monotony can also run as a menu bar application, thus being invisible int he background.

Main features:

  • Monotony is a simple backend to bring your favorite RSS and ATOM news feeds to your desktop. It doesn’t have a frontend but presents new feed entries by showing tiny little desktop notifications.
  • There is nothing else. No Google Reader sync, no frontend, no possibility to customize it. Monotony runs as a menubar app or, if you choose, invisible in the background. That’s all.
  • Monotony has been designed to blend with Growl, the desktop notification system. Monotony will work without Growl being installed but the notifications are much more beautiful and much more configurable if Growl is running.

last updated on:
October 30th, 2014, 12:40 GMT
file size:
1.1 MB
license type:
developed by:
Tim Schroeder
operating system(s):
Mac OS X 10.9 or later
binary format:
Intel only
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What's New in This Release:
  • Monotony now has Retina icons and a dark mode bug in OS X 10.10 was fixed.
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