@IainB : Thanks for your suggestions.
I have already tried Update scanner in the past. It is not enough useful for me.
My request is old but it is still a needed one!
For the moment I am still using yahoo pipes (I often use it to keep only feed titles ; or getting the full content of a few urls) and website watcher in order to receive emails (about 2000 bookmarks monitored - I can also get for instance : only one big email every 12 hours for rssfeed bookmarks that are checked every hour - the current website watcher maximum limit being 99 items for a bookmark). (*)
I also use Yahoo Pipes with http://ifttt.com/
(in order to receive emails when a new item is available in the rss feed created with yahoo pipes).
Furthermore, Yahoo pipes have some usage limits : 200 runs (of a given Pipe) in 10 minutes
200 runs (of any Pipe) from an IP in 10 minutes
If you exceed the 200 runs in a 10 minute block, your Pipe will be 999'ed for a hour.
We currently are not raising rate limits. This may change in the future.http://pipes.yahoo.c...?doc=troubleshooting
So sometimes, ifttt has some errors. See in the activity log I often have "General Trigger Error" or "Trigger Initialization Timeout". Note: They check rss feeds every 15 minutes and it is free.
note: I also use the free-ad-supported plan http://blogtrottr.com/
for other rss feeds (outside yahoo pipes, because it can only check it once a day https://blogtrottr.c...elp/#limited_domains
The main idea is still to create something similar for windows to yahoo pipes rss feeds or the more visual and easier (but often offline!) http://open.dapper.net/
If a software developer comes by here : be welcomed !
Thanks in advance
(*) In order to do that, the basic trick in Website Watcher is to : double left click on a rss bookmark checked every hour / choose the "new version" / copy the url starting by C:\ / create a new bookmark and paste the url and check it every 12 hours/ then remove the send an email with the one hour check bookmark + keep the most recent 99 articles in both bookmarks.