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I just registered to say that sync option with Weave must be the greatest idea ever! Now I'm using GReader on Android to sync my feeds from comp to mobile but I'd like to be free from Google.
awesome idea! thanks
Very nice idea. Pretty useful.
IMHO, it would be even better if it can be synced with Weave.
List view works great for me in 0.3pre3. Twitter and some feeds are staying in Sidebar and easy to access.
I think the best part of Snowl is having a stream for twitter in a sidebar. Resubscribing to feeds was annoying and it would often slow down my browser. But it is great for just twitter.
I like the add-on and use it daily despite the bugs. Snowl has the excellent river view that I couldn't find in other RSS-readers. Keep on working guys - great job!
Has lots of potential. A few bugs... but not bad for a experimental release!
good idea, like it was said before it has a lot of potential quite buggy now but what do you expect for 0.1
It has a lot of potential and for being a 0.1 experimental release, it works quite well as a news reader. Those hoping for more features will have to wait. Keep in mind that this is just an early prototype. I'm giving a rating of 5 stars since I really like the news reader interface with the river of messages. Also, a lot of experimental add-ons I install will crash firefox at some point, but after two days of heavy usage, Snowl has yet to crash.
For you folks having problems installing it, make sure you activated your account after setting it up. I got that hash error until I responded to the activation email.
The RSS reader aggregation isn't a new idea, it's been something I've been toying with in different ways. I like the way you've started off with it in Snowl and I can see myself using this in Firefox to browse through sites that I check on regular basis.
The River of Messages is a neat concept. The formatting is a little messed up right now, but I like the idea.
It'd be nice to be able to set preferences on how many items you receive from feeds, how far back they go, etc. but I am sure the developer is already aware of that.
Four stars for now, but it definitely has the potential to be a 5 star app for me. I use RSS, Twitter (and Twitter's RSS functionality), etc. a lot, so this could be very handy for me.
I personally am not much of a RSS reader. However, i was hoping that this application would support instant messages, but i was wrong. IF that could be worked into this app then that would be really neat.
Thanks to someone else's review I found out how to start it though. Great add-on so far.
Please add a button for easier access to snowl.