Moreover Technologies, a leading provider of aggregated content and news, has announced that Bradbury Software will integrate Moreover RSS (Rich Site Summary) news feeds and news search within its FeedDemon RSS reader application.
"The explosive growth of RSS has provided a wealth of information, but it's becoming increasingly difficult to filter out the noise and find news that interests you," said Nick Bradbury, founder of Bradbury Software. "Moreover's aggregated RSS news feeds and news search will help FeedDemon users to quickly and conveniently get the exact news they need."
FeedDemon will include pre-configured Moreover aggregated RSS news feeds as part of the application's default configuration. As opposed to feeds consisting of content from a single site, Moreover RSS feeds deliver a more complete view into breaking news as they are based on topics-specific categories with articles aggregated from thousands of the most relevant and reliable online sources.
Moreover news search functionality integrated into FeedDemon will enable users to quickly find relevant news articles pulled from current awareness contained in the consumer version of the Moreover CI-Metabase.
Unlike search functionality built into many RSS readers that searches only over the RSS headlines, Moreover powered searches return far more relevant results because searches are run across the headline and complete article content.
"As a pioneer in XML and co-author of the RSS 1.0 standard, Moreover is the behind-the-scenes leader in aggregated news delivery, powering billions of aggregated headlines each month through our distribution network," said Jim Pitkow, chief executive officer and president of Moreover Technologies. "We're proud that our experience will help FeedDemon users gain a more comprehensive and complete view into breaking online news."
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