ShareFireShare news right from your reader.
ShareFire is a feature-rich news aggregator that lets you share stories via AIM, Twitter, Facebook, MySpace, email and more with no copying and pasting, or dragging and dropping.
ShareFire lets you read all your news in one place, and share it all in one place, too. With built-in support for over ten different ways to share stories, all you have to do is click on an article to start it cascading through your social network. And it even supports 16 different languages (see list below).
ShareFire is very easy to use, but we didn't skimp on features:
- Share stories right from ShareFire. Built-in support for AIM, Twitter, and email (Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail, or your default email client).
- Post articles to Facebook, Delicious, Digg, Newsvine, MySpace, Google Bookmarks, and Windows Live Favorites.
- Language support for English, German, Spanish, French, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Swedish, Dutch, Czech, Turkish, Polish, and both Traditional and Simplified Ch inese.
- Import your feeds and folders from Google Reader.
- English spell checking in Tweets and AIM messages, using the free Adobe Labs project Squiggly.
- Twitter URL shortening.
- Create Smart Topics with keywords you're interested in. Only posts containing those keywords will show up in your Smart Topics.
- See Notifications when ShareFire finds new posts. You can also turn on notifications just for specific Smart Topics.
- View an article's summary, or switch over to Site View to see the entire webpage in the integrated browser.
- Organize your feeds any way you want using folders.
- Automatic categorization by topic and author.
- Automatic feed resolution. Rather than tracking down and entering a feed URL, just put in the site's normal URL and ShareFire will automatically find and aggregate its feed.
- Realtime search across all feeds.
- OPML import and export.
- Vi keys! (And some Emacs ones, too.)
- Completely cross-platform, thanks to Adobe AIR.
ShareFire is 100% open source and free. Although we don't have a lot of time to manage submissions, if you're interested in working on it, let us know. The source code is available on Google Code, and comments can be posted to the Google Group.