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LiteFeed Brings RSS to Pocket PC and other mobile devices
Posted on 8-Jun-2006 16:52
Windows Mobile Pocket PC
LiteFeeds.com provides mobile RSS browsing solution for mobile devices, including Windows Mobile, Symbian, and WAP browsers. A new recently launched version includes many blogger-friendly features.
Some of the new features include:
New mobile software (synchronizes with your online reader)
Post articles to your blog from your mobile.
Bookmark articles to your del.icio.us account from your mobile.
Email articles to friends from your mobile using nicknames.
Receive email alerts for important subscriptions.
Improved Web-based reader : better unread/read tracking, synchronizes with Bloglines.
Improved image and full article support : images and text are compressed and formatted for mobile viewing.
View secure feeds such as your Gmail or corporate feeds.
Service is FREE and you save big on data charges.
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