barijaona wrote:Why reinvent the wheel ?
We already have feed synchronization through Google Reader (see Vienna 3 betas).
And only applications approved for Apple's appstores can access iCloud, while there are already zillions of applications supporting Google Reader.
Are you comfortable with that ? Me, not specially.Use of the Service requires compatible devices, Internet access, and certain software (fees may apply); may require periodic updates; (...). The latest version of required software is recommended to access the Service and may be required for certain transactions or features. You agree that meeting these requirements, which may change from time to time, is your responsibility.(...) Apple reserves the right to modify or terminate the Service (or any part thereof), either temporarily or permanently. (...) You agree that Apple shall not be liable to you or any third party for any modification or cessation of the Service.
Alrescha wrote:I might give the newest Vienna a try. The first time Little Snitch tells me it's talking to Google it'll be deleted.
djschwartz wrote:Why not an option to save it to the DropBox folder, like 1password does? That's multi-platform.
If you add a file to your Dropbox that has been previously uploaded by you or another user, we may associate all or a portion of the previous file with your account rather than storing a duplicate.
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Now back to the topic of Vienna, there is little to gain from iCloud integration (there is no Vienna for iOS, so it can only sync between other Macs) and a lot to lose (sandboxing requirements, AppStore-only, no interoperability with other apps).
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