Shrook is a next-generation news reader that is not only easy to use, but offers advanced features not available to Mac users anywhere else.
Shrook supports all versions of RSS and Atom.
Staying up to date when you're away from your news reader can be hard, but not with Shrook. Set up a free account at shrook.com and you can log in from any web browser.
All of your channels will be there, with up-to-date information on what you've read. When you get back to Shrook itself, it'll know what you looked at when you were away.
Shrook uses the power of Apple's WebKit technology (the rendering engine behind Safari) to show full web pages without leaving Shrook. This lets you view channels that only provide excerpts in the same way as you browse other channels. You can even expand the web page to fill the window, saving awkward scrolling.
NOTE: To download Shrook via the App Store, an Apple account is required.
Here are some key features of "Shrook":
· Scrapbooks - Save individual items to look at later
· iPod Export - Take full advantage of the Notes reader on your Dockable or Mini iPod.
· Blogging Integration - Use external blog editors directly from Shrook
· Real-time search - Enter a word into Shrook's search box, and the list of channels or items instantly reduces to those matching the search.
· Secure access - Shrook provides access to private channels via HTTPS encryption and password protection. Passwords are stored securely in your Keychain. It also shares credentials with Safari, so if you log in there you can read private channels in Shrook.
· Channel Guide - Shrook comes with an integrated channel guide to help you find new channels. It's loaded from the web, so it's always up to date.
· Quick subscription - Shrook supports feed: links, which allow you to add a channel to Shrook just by clicking a link on a web page.
· Per-channel settings - Make exceptions to your preferences for specific channels.
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Numerous bugfixes and improvements