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May 2
BeOS BePodder

Wonder or wonders. BeOS actually has a podcatcher now.

BeOS is an alternative operating system that never really made any huge inroads in the market. It was designed specifically for multi-media, though so I guess it’s no surprise that a podcatcher client has been written for it.

In typical alternative OS fashion, the client is named after it’s intended OS: BePodder.

BePodder is a media aggregator (and more) for the BeOS/Zeta Operating System that helps you to find, subscribe to, and download multimedia contents. It allows you to easily enjoy audio, video, images and news published around the web in RSS format. It's a Podcaster software.

Sadly, BePodder isn’t free software (in either meaning) and costs 15 Euro to buy after a 30–day shareware trial.

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