Mindity is an innovative RSS reader that enables you not only to access your favorite feeds, but also share them with an active user community.
In fact, Mindity looks like an IM application rather than a RSS client, with quite a long interface and an associated program icon on the System Tray. It even displays small warning windows on the bottom right corner every time there are new posts published on the RSS feeds you're subscribed to.
The good thing about Mindity is that you can easily import all of your subscriptions by loading the OPML file of your current RSS client (in Google Reader, for example, this option is located under Settings > Import/Export). I'm glad this importing tool worked seamlessly, especially since I wasn't able to find any other RSS feeds in the program's embedded search engine. Feeds are then listed on the program interface, displaying only the first few lines of each entry. If you want to read the whole item, just click on it and it'll open on a separate window.
Despite its focus on the social side, Mindity wasn't very successful in that aspect either. The only way to find new friends is by knowing their nickname, with no possibility to search for them by language, location or areas of interest, to name a few possibilities.
Mindity intends to be an RSS tool based on a social community, but the lack of users and an inefficient search engine makes it just a standard feed reader.