JRSSTray is a free Java Web Start application that monitors RSS feeds and displays new items as messages in the system tray. Multiple feeds can be added and a list of recent items is shown by clicking an icon in the system tray.
Dec 26, 2011 12:07:13
Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Unix, Mac OS
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Description: JRSSTray is a free Java Web Start application that monitors RSS feeds and displays new items discretely in the system tray. Multiple feeds can be added and a list of recent items can be seen by clicking an icon in the system tray. A simple refined interface makes it easy to add new feeds and view items currently published in each feed. JRSSTray will periodically check each RSS feed in the background and display a discrete message popup containing the title and description the moment new items are published. A list of recent items is maintained across all feed providing a brief summary of all new items. All items containing hyperlinks provide functionality to quickly jump to the full published story within your Internet browser.
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