JAWW (beta)

The ward is a factory for the Combine

Looking for a simple blog posting plugin for Omea Reader *

Where is actually good simple IBlogExtension plugin for posting to WordPress?

*Omea Reader: a free RSS Reader, Atom Feed Reader, Newsgroup Reader, Web page Bookmark manager, and desktop search tool (and many more except making coffee), currently is simply the best free application in its class.

Technorati Tags: Omea Plugin, IBlogextension

9 responses to “Looking for a simple blog posting plugin for Omea Reader *

  1. Sandor Korozsi April 6, 2006 at 11:37


    I’ve implemented a plugin for Omea Reader which makes enable to post a feed into your wordpress blog, the title is automatically copied to title, and the highlighted text is copied to body of your post. Are you looking for something like that? It doesn’t implement IBlogExtension.
    You can check it in my blog!


  2. Pingback: JAWW » WordPress Blog This Plugin for Omea

  3. Insects January 7, 2007 at 22:13

    Where is this plugin available?? I still cannot find a decent download.

  4. options January 7, 2007 at 23:55

    the download link is right above your comment, insect.

    see also a “Third-party Plugins” page — this particular plugin has been attached to it.

  5. Yogesh Amberkar May 31, 2008 at 10:08

    Even i was in search for these plug-ins. Also there are many Online RSS feed readers and selecting 1 according to your needs is a big task. This leads to the comparison of these feed readers.

    I found a detailed comparison, including Pros & Cons, of some of the best Online RSS feed readers at – http://forums.techarena.in/showthread.php?t=971829

  6. options May 31, 2008 at 16:12

    Yogesh, Omea is much more than just an RSS reader.

  7. dp June 27, 2008 at 22:39

    I’m using Omea Pro 2.2, and WordPress 2.5, and have tried this plugin. It gets about halfway, but doesn’t complete the posting. So I am guessing that the plugin works only for an earlier version of WordPress.

    Omea is so useful in other ways that a functional blog plugin makes it an essntial tool. I have used the LiveWriter plugin, but that only works on Windows XP/Vista.

%d bloggers like this: