Tweet From the entire Netvibes team, we wish you all a very happy new year! We have lots of exciting things planned for your favorite dashboard in 2015. Stay tuned 🙂 Looking back at 2014, here are a few of our favorite new features that we added to Netvibes last year: New reader: Since our […]
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Tweet The Silicon Valley Map is an annual tradition. Each year, the organizers create a new map showcasing local startups and other highlights of the Bay Area. The new 2015 map just came out, and the Netvibes office in San Francisco is featured this year. We have a few posters of the Silicon Valley Map […]
Tweet This week, Netvibes is turning 9.
Tweet Today we launched a new feature called AutoSave, which allows Netvibes Premium users to keep all the content in their dashboards for future analysis.
Tweet Netvibes philosophy has always been to give the power to the User: this is why, since the beginning, we’ve been using an online translation interface that allows volunteers to localize the site in their language. Today, that interface is evolving. We’ve shut down the old tool (proprietary Netvibes code) to replace it with Pootle, […]
Tweet A couple of weeks ago, we launched our brand New Reader, designed for optimum readability on all devices. And we thought this might be a good time to walk you through it, in details. Reader View is usually considered the natural way to consume RSS feeds, as it allows you to have a quick […]
[Updated] All-New Netvibes Reader Empowers People to Read the Web More Thoughtfully (and Beautifully)
Tweet Edit 01/23: We’ve been carefully reviewing your feedback and decided to make some adjustments to our New Reader. Web Site View will now be persistent for each feed IE8 / Safari 5 improved support (for users of older iOS/OS X versions) New Pinch-to-Zoom Coming soon: Compact Mode (reduced line spacing) and Adaptive Width (to […]
Tweet From all of us here at Netvibes, we wish you a Happy New Year! Wait… Is that a New Reader? It is indeed. And at the moment, VIP users can enjoy early access (the first in a series of forthcoming new features for our VIPeeps, but more on this later). So stay tuned for […]
Tweet Following the demise of iGoogle and Google Reader, many users were left without a home overnight. Various bloggers commented that this might signal the death of both feed readers and startpages. Considering that Netvibes has gained a record number of users last month —literally hundreds of thousands of new users(*)— this notion couldn’t be […]
Tweet iGoogle is closing in a few days. Most people have already moved to a new service, a lot of you have chosen Netvibes (using our migration tool) and we’re very proud of that. And to make sure you feel at home, today we’re releasing a brand new UWA (Universal Web Apps) documentation, to help […]