A beta release of CloudPull 1.4 is now available.
If you install this beta, the software update mechanism within CloudPull will let you know if and when there are any newer 1.4 beta releases and will update you to the final version of CloudPull 1.4 when it becomes available.
CloudPull 1.4 contains two big improvements:
Backup of Google Reader
In addition to backing up Google Docs, Calendars, and Contacts, CloudPull 1.4 backs up Google Reader. CloudPull backs up your list of subscribed feeds, and the set of tags assigned to each feed. In addition, CloudPull backs up links to articles that you have starred, articles that you have shared, and articles you have marked with a "Like" tag. CloudPull stores subscriptions and article links as Internet Location (.webloc or .inetloc) files, suitable for importing into Safari. CloudPull also allows you to export your list of RSS Feeds as an OPML file, suitable for importing into NetNewsWire or NetNewsWire Lite.
Alternate Backup Location
By default, CloudPull 1.4 stores your backups in the "Library/Application Support/CloudPull/backups" subdirectory of your home directory. Advanced Preferences now allows you to change the location of your backup files to any location on your computer.
Regardless of where you store your backups, CloudPull will store the database of accounts and documents within the "Library/Application Support/CloudPull" directory.