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Mioplanet RSS Newsreader 2.01 for Windows

by Mioplanet

Avg. Rating 2.7 (6 votes)

File Details

File Size 0.8 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 1,596
Publisher Mioplanet
Homepage Mioplanet RSS Newsreader

Publisher's Description

Mioplanet RSS Newsreader allows you to manage and organize news and information that is important to your daily reading habits.

Latest Reviews

fibreiv

fibreiv reviewed v1.23 on Sep 1, 2006

This is Adware. Not Freeware. And it downloaded an update right when it opened and installed it. Thats all for now, got to go uninstall this.

BlackDragon64

BlackDragon64 reviewed v1.23 on Aug 31, 2005

First off the interface is kind of generic. Second and of MAJOR importance there is NO import capability at all (not to mention no export).
So, as to importing/exporting OPML FORGET IT!
It does have a huge list of pre-programmed feeds, some of which could be useful, but adding a new one is cumbersome.
Also, if you are on dial up.. make sure you are connected BEFORE stating the program, as it tries to connect IMMEDIATLEY after start, and if no connection is available it terminates itself.
As for configuring the program, that is a total joke. The options are pretty much display oriented , with a small alerts section. Other than that, nada on config.
I'd say the only use here would be check the feeds listed and use them in another reader (yes that would mean manually entering them via copy/paste).
All in all a very poor attempt at an RSS reader.
I am currently using one that isn't all that great anyway, but is a WHOLE BOATLOAD BETTER than this program. (Current is GreatNews).

Avg. Rating 2.7 (6 votes)
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fibreiv

fibreiv reviewed v1.23 on Sep 1, 2006

This is Adware. Not Freeware. And it downloaded an update right when it opened and installed it. Thats all for now, got to go uninstall this.

BlackDragon64

BlackDragon64 reviewed v1.23 on Aug 31, 2005

First off the interface is kind of generic. Second and of MAJOR importance there is NO import capability at all (not to mention no export).
So, as to importing/exporting OPML FORGET IT!
It does have a huge list of pre-programmed feeds, some of which could be useful, but adding a new one is cumbersome.
Also, if you are on dial up.. make sure you are connected BEFORE stating the program, as it tries to connect IMMEDIATLEY after start, and if no connection is available it terminates itself.
As for configuring the program, that is a total joke. The options are pretty much display oriented , with a small alerts section. Other than that, nada on config.
I'd say the only use here would be check the feeds listed and use them in another reader (yes that would mean manually entering them via copy/paste).
All in all a very poor attempt at an RSS reader.
I am currently using one that isn't all that great anyway, but is a WHOLE BOATLOAD BETTER than this program. (Current is GreatNews).

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