orb3000 · Mar 18, 2011 at 06:00 am

1800PocketPC for Windows Phone 7

Our dear friend and XDA member the0ne presents the 1800PocketPC application for your Windows Phone 7 device. Have all the information from the well known Australian site on your hands, featuring lists of articles from different feeds (News, Apps, Game reviews, Game News), displays articles in a cut down, user friendly view, only showing the article itself, not the whole web page, settings page that saves user info & which feed you want the “latest post” to come from, and direct links to 1800PocketPC’s mobile facebook & twitter web pages, among many more. Despite it being the first version, the app is fully usable and offers partial landscape support.
Please leave your feedback on what you would like to see improved in future versions.

Originally posted by the0ne
[APP] 1800PocketPC – [R] 15-03-2011

Name: 1800PocketPC

The official app for 1800PocketPC & BestWP7Games is finally here. There are a few things to improve upon, but those will come in updates over time.

Features
Shows lists of articles from different feeds (News, Apps, Game reviews, Game News).
Displays articles in a cut down, user friendly view, only showing the article itself, not the whole web page.
Settings page that saves user info & which feed you want the “latest post” to come from.
Links to 1800PocketPC’s mobile facebook & twitter web pages.
Shows an about page which displays some information about the app & 1800pocketpc.com.
Has a ‘contact us’ page where the user can choose to email the editor in chief or myself.
Both landscape & portrait support on all pages except the home-screen.
Shows the latest post from your chosen feed on the main page.
Displays comments left on articles.
It also has Ac????????ts

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