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doHeadlines RSS reader for Symbian UIQ
Posted on 27-Sep-2004 07:56 | Tags Filed under: Software


doHeadlines RSS reader for Symbian UIQ
Do you ever want to keep up with the latest headlines whilst on the go. Do you wish there was an easy way to stay up to date with all your favourite websites whilst sitting on the train? Well now there’s a solution. doHeadlines is an RSS reader for symbian phones. It allows you to use any RSS feed available on your favourite website, whether this is the latest news headlines from the BBC or keeping track of when your favourite application releases a new version.

doHeadlines can be set to automatically download the RSS feeds in the background so you’ll always have the latest information available, or it can be updated just when you are a little bored.

doHeadlines uses web compression technology so you only download the minimum amount of data from the web.

  • Supports RSS versions 0.9, 1.0 and 2.0
  • Uses compression technology so the amount of data downloaded is up to 50% less, saving you time and money
  • Allows for scheduled automatic updates to news feeds, so they will always contain the latest information
  • Simple one handed operation for easy of browsing whilst on the move
  • View the full article version with your favourite browser






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