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FeedDemon 3 is now available plus all the amazing new features

By on September 26th, 2009 
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feeddemon-logoFeedDemon is one of the best free RSS Feed readers available out there for the Windows Platform.  And feed reading just got better with the all new FeedDemon 3.0 which has a plethora of amazing features that make your stay on the blogs and RSS feeds a charm. The latest version is compatible with all editions of Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP.

FeedDemon 3.0 has a feature called the Google Reader sync that lets you keep your Google Reader account synchronized with the feeds in your FeedDemon and vice-versa. Find out more about how to set up Google Reader sync in FeedDemon 3.

Google Reader Sync lets you sync your FeedDemon with Google Reader

The new and redesigned Start Page now includes popular articles and videos from your subscribed feeds. Also shown is a summary of all your activity like Unread items, feed error reporting and tags for your feeds (if you have tagged them).

The new startpage is now full of amazing features

The new startpage is now full of amazing features

Sharing and Tagging that works! With the new Feed Demon, sharing articles or stories with your friends has become much easier via your Google Reader account (only if you have enabled the Google Reader sync). Also you can now tag articles that you read with suitable keywords for easy further reference.

Sharing and Tagging made easy with the new FeedDemon

Sharing and Tagging made easy with the new FeedDemon

Twitter integrates so well with the new FeedDemon that you might think of using FeedDemon as your default Twitter client.

Twitter integration in FeedDemon

Twitter integration in FeedDemon

You can download the latest version of FeedDemon (v3.0) from this direct Download Link.

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FeedDemon 3 is now available plus all the amazing new features was originally published on Digitizor.com on September 26, 2009 - 12:02 am (Indian Standard Time)