PDF Newspaper 2.6

PDF Newspaper 2.6 is now available. PDF Newspaper is used to convert web articles and feeds into printable, easy-to-read documents. Existing customers can download or upgrade to the latest version through our customer login.

Feed Creator 1.5

Feed Creator 1.5 is now available. Feed Creator is used to create feeds for sites which don’t offer their own. Existing customers can download the latest version through our customer login.

Full-Text RSS 3.9.5

Full-Text RSS 3.9.5 is now available. Full-Text RSS is used by software developers and news enthusiasts to extract article content from news sites and blogs, and to convert RSS feeds that contain only extracts of stories to full-text feeds. Existing customers can download the latest version through our customer login.

Full-Text RSS 3.9

Full-Text RSS 3.9 is now available. Full-Text RSS is used by software developers and news enthusiasts to extract article content from news sites and blogs, and to convert RSS feeds that contain only extracts of stories to full-text feeds. Existing customers can download the latest version through our customer login.

Simple Print: Convert web articles into printable PDFs

A few weeks ago we announced Simple Print on Hacker News. It was very well received: getting voted onto to the front page of the site and staying there most of the day.

Simple Print converts web articles like blog posts and news stories into compact, printable PDFs. It uses the same article extraction code we use for Push to Kindle, but here the end result is a printable PDF rather than an ebook.

Explore Independent Media

FiveFilters.org started with the aim of promoting non-corporate, independent media. Unfortunately the app that started it all hasn’t been working for quite a while because of Google shutting down its search API. We’ve finally had time to fix it and remove our dependence on Java. Try it out: Explore Independent Media.

It currently searches a handful of sites: Media Lens, Counterpunch, Democracy Now, The Canary, and Truthdig. But we’re considering expanding it and allowing users to enter their own preferred sources. Let us know what you think.