MacReporter Web site news tracker gets a major overhaul with its version 1.1.5 release. Compatible with but not limited to RSS feeds, MacReporter keeps track of what’s changed on the Web sites you read using a dock-based menu interface.
The biggest change MacReporter gets is that it’s no longer a “Dock Extra,” but a real application. What’s more, it’s compatible with Mac OS X v10.3, “Panther,” which hits store shelves tomorrow, Friday, October 24, 2003.
Inferiis Software has also solved conflicts with third-party software and fixed a memory leak, along with various bug fixes and performance enhancements.
MacReporter uses an extensible plug-in-based system to manage its connections to various Web sites. Plug-ins are updated and new ones are added, and MacReporter can automatically download new ones. Users retain control over the refresh rate MacReporter uses and how they’re notified, plus lots more.
MacReporter v1.1.5 requires Mac OS X v10.1 or higher. It costs US$15 to register.