WELCOME TO THE NEW SOFTPEDIA WEBSITE!
You've probably noticed already that things have recently changed "a bit" around here, at Softpedia. Beside the obvious change of look, we've also been busy with developing new features, designed and implemented especially for you, our devoted users. We've put a lot of hard work into it and truly hope you'll enjoy the new stuff.
Here's a rundown of the updates:
REVISED GRAPHICAL DESIGN AND LAYOUT
4 years after our last visual refresh, Softpedia receives a well-deserved graphical redesign, along with a streamlined and optimized content layout. Make sure you check out our new homepage!
NEW AND IMPROVED DISCUSSION BOARD
There's a new place to discuss your interests, get help and useful tips: the new Softpedia Board. Log on to access the hottest topics, reviews and guides from our editors. And, while you're here, why not post your own? The moderators are members of the Softpedia Team and will ensure your stay on the forums is as enjoyable as possible.
REDESIGNED SEARCH ENGINE
The Softpedia search engine has also seen major improvements. We are working on Seekpedia, a search engine that's all about software. Select technologies are initially implemented and tested in the Softpedia search engine as development progresses.
The Softpedia Login Center ensures that authenticating to your account is now a lot easier. Creating a Softpedia member account, enables access to the website and discussion board. Other sites and services will be added in time.
ADVANCED RSS FEED SUPPORT
RSS feed support has been expanded to allow category-level feeds, a popular request from Softpedia users. For example, it is possible now to subscribe to a RSS feed listing the latest entries in the Antivirus category.
COMING SOON: GADGETS AREA
Want more? We've also been cooking up a new Softpedia website for gadget enthusiasts. Stay tuned for the release, scheduled for Q4 2008.
We obviously can't list every new or update feature here and not turn this into a boring blurb you're not going to read. Instead, to discover them, you'll have to point your browser to www.softpedia.com
and see for yourself!