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FeedBurner RSS Feedreader for RIM Blackberry
Posted on 30-Dec-2004 20:22 | Tags Filed under: Software


FeedBurner RSS Feedreader for RIM Blackberry
The FeedBurner Mobile FeedReader is a great tool for getting the latest changes in your favorite news sites or weblogs.

  • Supports feeds in all major formats (RSS, RDF, and Atom)
  • Smart "If-Modified-Since" content retrieval conserves your wireless bandwdith
  • Adjustable content retrieval count (i.e., retrieve only the 5 most recent items to save time/bandwidth) cuts download time and clutter
  • Opens content links in your handset's default web browser
  • Updates feeds manually or on a set schedule
  • Displays content in several font sizes

    The trial version allows for unlimited use of feeds from FeedBurner.com, and up to 4 feeds from other sources. The licensed version allows for unlimited use of RSS/Atom feeds from all sources.






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