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BlogBridge is a new kind of Blog reader. It is designed to allow non-technical users to discover, follow, and enjoy literally hundreds of RSS feeds without losing their minds.

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Recent releases

  •  16 Apr 2008 15:17

    Release Notes: A template editor can be used when posting to a blog. A feature to discover other blogs was added. Sentiment analysis and an image blocker were implemented. Improvements were made to feed parsing, polling of huge subscriptions, rendering of images in articles, article headers, OPML export, and image caching performance. The Cleanup Wizard when a guide is selected and repopulating saved tags were fixed. Many cosmetic improvements and performance optimizations were made.

    •  18 Oct 2007 15:00

      Release Notes: A "What's Hot" feature was added to find the most interesting topics discussed by authors of your subscriptions. Statistics and trends reports were added to learn your reading habits and keep subscriptions in great shape. Article and photo displays, SmartFeeds, and database management were improved. The memory footprint was reduced. Many bugs and glitches were fixed.

      •  27 Mar 2007 08:42

        Release Notes: Improved speed and stability, integration with Firefox and Safari, no polling of hidden feeds, a pin in the search results window, pinning of status among SmartFeed queries, and a post to blog command with Wordpress, MovableType, Drupal, and JRoller support. The command features a rich HTML editor, smart de-duplication, posting to multiple blogs and categories, and custom publication date.

        •  04 Dec 2006 18:10

          Release Notes: This release addresses a few problems with system tray integration, adding duplicate feeds, and incompatibility with Intel Macs (untested). You can easily skip over this release if you donít need any of these patches. If you do, use either automatic updates or download the stand-alone copy. Java Web Start versions will update themselves automatically.

          •  23 Nov 2006 17:58

            Release Notes: This release has Digg SmartFeed (with microtag support), article pinning (with 'view only pinned' mode and SmartFeed options for queries), audio notification for new articles, minimize to the system tray (on Windows), and the ability to sort feeds by how often you (the user) visit them. There are major performance improvements (startup time, memory footprint, etc.) Mac native user interface improvements, more keyboard shortcuts, synchronization of all preferences, and improved integration with browser launch.


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