Taskable is a new kind of RSS and OPML browser built into the Windows taskbar notification area. Clicking on the "little orange guy" provides always-on access to your favorite feeds from simple menus available with the keyboard or the mouse.
Version: 1.0Taskable is a new kind of RSS and OPML browser built into the Windows taskbar notification area. Clicking on the "little orange guy" provides always-on, instantaneous, super-quick access to your favorite feeds from simple menus that can be traversed with the keyboard or the mouse.
Operating System: Windows
When you install Taskable, you'll get a a few default feeds set up for you. Check those out, then use the "Settings" dialog to add your own --- any RSS, OPML or Atom feed should work. Taskable also supports OPML transclusion, which opens up some fantastic possibilities. Check out the "All Stores" area under Shopping / Amazon.com to see a neat example.
To quickly add feeds for any web page you like, drag the icon from your browser address bar onto the "Settings" dialog. We'll look into the page and figure out if there's an associated feed.
You also get super-quick access to Google search. Choose "Search" from the Taskable menu or just hit Alt-1 to bring up a Google dialog, and you're off to the races.