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A feeder is a full-featured application for creating, editing, and publishing RSS and iTunes podcast feeds. Features include quick and easy feed editing with auto-complete, templates, HTML tags, Markdown, an HTML preview and more. For podcasters, there is drag-and-drop episode creation, automatic tagging of audio and video files with artwork, and an iTunes Store preview. The feeder can publish a feed, images, and media files with FTP, SFTP, WebDAV, or Amazon S3, post to a blog when publishing, and announce new content on Twitter and Facebook once everything is online. You may also like A-Zippr
Feeder 3 Features
- Refreshed Design with new icons, preview and editing windows.
- Thumbnails and preview lines in the list.
- Integrated feed and settings view so the sidebar can be hidden.
- Share libraries with cloud services such as iCloud Drive, Dropbox, Google Drive and more.
- iTunes Podcasting updated for larger artwork and links in the iTunes summary.
- Markdown editing converted to HTML in the feed.
- Autosave for edited items with windows restored on relaunch.
- Self-contained feeds with the content and settings for sharing with others.
- Search and replace all links in a feed.
- Many other new features and improvements.
• Feeder now supports the new categories for Apple Podcasts. Existing categories will be changed to their nearest new equivalent automatically, if necessary.
• Only one category can now be chosen when creating a new Apple Podcasts feed (but more can be specified in Feed Settings if required).
• There is no longer a limit of three categories/subcategories that can be chosen, but note that Apple Podcasts will only use the first category or subcategory.
• It is no longer required to choose a subcategory for categories that have them.
• Seasons view will now only be shown in the podcast type is Serial, and not if the feed XML contains seasons.
• Feeder no longer prompts when removing items with swipe-to-delete.
• Updated FTP software.
• Feeder now requires macOS 10.13 or later.
OS X 10.11 or later, 64-bit processor