Saturday, April 16, 2011

Socialite 1.3.4 | Mac Os X

Socialite 1.3.4 | Mac Os X | 6.3 MB

Socialite is a beautiful Mac OS X application, designed to make it easy to stay in touch with the social networks and services that matter to you. From news on Digg, photos on Flickr, statuses and photos on Facebook and Twitter updates, to full Google Reader RSS syncing, Socialite keeps all your social networks in one convenient place.

Facebook Built-In
It's the biggest social network on the planet, and Socialite lets you stay in touch with friends using status updates and photos. Whether you're wanting to view your friends' statuses, photos and conversations - or update your status and post photos, Socialite's got you covered!

Twitter - A tweet away
Everyone loves Twitter, and Socialite allows you to easily share what's happening right now in your life. There's full multi-account support, complete with the all-new Retweet and List features - not to mention saved searches, Profile Peeks as well as Image Uploading and URL shortening.

Google Reader - Feed-reading heaven
Socialite is designed to be your one-stop shop for news, and the full support for Google Reader (and its sharing services) makes it easy to keep on top of your RSS feeds. Right from within Socialite you can browse your most recent unread articles, share and star articles as you read them.

RSS - Beyond Google Reader
If you don't use Google Reader don't worry: you can use Socialite's alternative RSS service. The RSS service allows you to easily subscribe to feeds on your Mac - with options to share items with other services.

Flickr - Image Paradise
Browse your friends recent uploads to Flickr, leave comments and favorite images - right from within Socialite. You can also upload images and view Flickr's Interesting images.

Socialite's Digg support allows you to easily browse for the latest news: from Technology to Images to Politics, all of Digg's news streams are at your fingertips.

Socialite requires Mac OS X 10.5 or later (Leopard or Snow Leopard)

Version 1.3.4:
Reverted handling of marking articles as read as it was before version 1.3.3. Now they are again marked read when selected and not when deselected.
Fixed authentication of Facebook pages. If you couldn’t post to your Facebook pages previously, this should fix this.
It’s now possible to copy selected event(s) text with Cmd-C (Copy). It will copy to clipboard the whole text of the status updates. No need to select the text with the mouse anymore.
Added support for Services! Services menu is now working when events or specific text in events are selected. The selected text or text of selected events (even multiple) can now be sent to Services. Services menu is available both in the Socialite menu and on right-clicking the events. Personally, I downloaded the free Translator app: and use it now through services to translate events in foreign languages. I just right-click it and from services menu select Translate Selection.
Fixed clipping of refresh button. Refresh all button state (when Alt is pressed) was causing the button to loose its right edge.
Pressing Cmd-Enter while on event will open events in built-in web browser, separate windows. Works great for RSS articles. Also available through Event menu.
Added shortcut and a menu item to toggle ‘only show unread events’ button. Cmd-Alt-U will now toggle this state. Also available from View menu.
Added shortcut (Cmd-Y) to open currently selected photo in photo viewer window. Similar to clicking on the “enlarge” button on a photo event.
Added Registration… menu item in Socialite menu to show your license or access registration dialog
Fixed JSON decoding bug which showed {} as pp in Twitter.
Fix dates for Digg updates. Previously was using original article submission date. Now use the more appropriate article’s “promotion to top news” date.
Favorites container in Twitter accounts is now not limited by any date so you’ll be able to see them forever. Note, this will not redownload your previous favorites. You’ll need to remove and add again your twitter account for this.
Fix bug where tweet it! wouldn’t work in some cases on first use.

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