Gruml 0.9.20 released

Posted on Sunday, 23rd May 2010 by in Blog

Gruml 0.9.20 is released:

Changelog:

  • New: Caching of images; enable image caching in Preferences-Advanced if you’d like to have the images of your articles cached in background so you can browse articles while being offline
  • New: Show caching state and pause caching by clicking on caching information in status bar, or press CMD+3 to show caching information window
  • New: Help
  • Improvement: opening an article in browser marks it read
  • Improvement: improved speed preview
  • Fixed: embedded flash contents shown properly
  • bug fixes

Download: Gruml 0.9.20

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22 Responses to “Gruml 0.9.20 released”

  1. Adam Turetzky Saturday, 22nd May 2010 at 11:52 pm #

    RT @gruml: Gruml 0.9.20 released: http://bit.ly/95B61T — Download: http://bit.ly/2mCxm3

  2. Adam Turetzky Sunday, 23rd May 2010 at 1:53 am #

    This release fixes the crashing bug for me! Woo Hoo!

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  4. AlexanderNeng Sunday, 23rd May 2010 at 10:26 am #

    Update für den Feed-Reeder #Gruml veröffentlicht: http://bit.ly/cBd6ds

  5. asa-formation Sunday, 23rd May 2010 at 10:32 am #

    Gruml 0.9.20 released | Google reader for Mac OS : Adopté ! :) http://bit.ly/bGzSN4

  6. flashray Monday, 24th May 2010 at 11:47 am #

    flash inhalte werden leider immer noch nicht angezeigt…

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  8. Soliman Sylvain Tuesday, 25th May 2010 at 9:17 pm #

    Finally a decent Google-sync'ed desktop RSS reader for MacOS RT @gruml: Gruml 0.9.20 released http://bit.ly/95B61T – DL http://bit.ly/2mCxm3

  9. sir oliver Wednesday, 26th May 2010 at 11:29 am #

    Please make the ‘Mark all items as read? Do you really want to mark all your items as read? This cannot be undone!’ question optional via the preferences …

  10. jumbo Thursday, 27th May 2010 at 7:52 am #

    thank you for the bug fixes guys! cheers!

  11. Evamaria Saturday, 29th May 2010 at 9:55 am #

    I would *love* to use Gruml as my default RSS reader, especially for the ability to share with social networks. But I also need the ability to read feeds that require authentication, so for now I’m stuck with NetNewsWire… :(

  12. habi Thursday, 3rd June 2010 at 11:16 pm #

    - it would be great if you could add identi.ca for microblogging, not only twitter… identi.ca has a twitter-compatible API, so adding it should be fairly easy
    - whenever gruml crashes (happens when I delete a feed) i cannot send a bug-report, all i get is an error… what’s happeing there?

  13. arjun Friday, 4th June 2010 at 6:18 pm #

    Hi there,

    It seems as though flash content isn’t showing up for me with this version. It’s the first time I’ve ever installed gruml. I get a blue lego block wherever there is supposed to be flash content.

    Is there some trick? Firefox is my default browser.

    Thanks for such a great product otherwise!

  14. 歪歪儿 Saturday, 26th June 2010 at 4:09 am #

    will Gruml support chinese?

  15. Martin Diller Sunday, 27th June 2010 at 2:26 pm #

    Hallo. Wird es in einer nächsten Version die Möglichkeit geben, für das URL-Verkürzen einen eigenen zb bit.ly account zu benutzen?
    danke

  16. Mirko Ferremi Friday, 2nd July 2010 at 9:41 am #

    RT @gruml Gruml 0.9.20 released http://is.gd/dcu8k

  17. Ivan Ong Monday, 5th July 2010 at 7:19 am #

    Excellent Application. Simple, Elegant and does the job well.

    Here’s a Feature Request – Open at login

    No hurry though. It’s a good to have, but non-critical feature.

  18. Netzartiger Wednesday, 7th July 2010 at 5:48 am #

    Also wer einen Maac hat und gerne Feeds liesst, dem sei das Programm ans Herz gelegt RT @gruml Gruml 0.9.20 released http://is.gd/dcu8k

  19. Netzartiger Wednesday, 7th July 2010 at 7:46 am #

    Ich liebe dieses Programm. Vielen Dank! Baut euch doch bitte mal einen Flattr-Button oder Paypal-Knopf ;)

  20. Tuomo Suominen Thursday, 15th July 2010 at 2:35 pm #

    I was excited about Gruml’s Evernote integration and expected being able to save entire news articles directly into Evernote from a desktop RSS reader app.

    Having previously used Evernote with Google Reader and NetNewsWire, I was disappointed that Gruml’s Evernote integration doesn’t function any better than NNW and Google Reader.

    In the browser, Google Reader has Evernote integration via the “Send To… Evernote” feature, which opens the Evernote web interface, requires login and optional notebook selection and tagging. it eventually does send the entire web page to Evernote, but all in all, very tedious, but gets the job done.

    The native NetNewsWire app doesn’t have Evernote integration at all, but I’ve used the “Open Article In Default Web Browser” feature. Then in the browser, I use the Evernote Clipper plug-in to send the entire article to Evernote. Tagging and notebook selection have to be done in the Evernote app. Does the job, but only slightly less tedious than with Google Reader.

    So, I had high hopes for Gruml’s “Send Article To… Evernote” feature, only to find that Evernote receives only what was included in the feed (the URL, the headline and whatever lines of text). Not the entire web article. Granted, some feeds do include the entire article, but that’s an exception.

    Question: would it be possible to have Gruml send the entire webpage to Evernote? Without having to go via the browser?

    And yes, I know, “why not use Instapaper”? I want to use Evernote for the organization, notebooks, sharing, tagging, etc. Preferably with entire web articles for context, images and all.

  21. David Thursday, 29th July 2010 at 11:52 am #

    Hi there,

    thank’s for this awesome application!
    1 problem: Gruml kepps my mac from going to sleep…

    Best reagards

    David

  22. thomas Friday, 30th July 2010 at 10:35 pm #

    thank you for that brilliant piece of software – i really like it, also because i use evernote and the send to evernote-feature is one of the best solution in any rss reader i’ve seen so fare.

    just one wish for the evernote integration: i’d like to have the url, date etc. also forwarded to my evernote – gives me important context information.

    but anyhow: thank you!


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