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BBC News Mobile for Windows Phone 7 Mango
XDA member mupets_revenge told us about BBC News Mobile, which lets you quickly and easily browse, read, and share the latest BBC News. Read the articles from within the app or click to see them in the browser. You can also send an article to a friend using SMS or Email, or get the latest updates through push notifications or Live Tile support. The latest beta version is ready for your Mango updated device and features LiveTile support, double sided live tiles, pin individual feeds to home screen, background service meaning improved live tile, breaking news notifications, and background caching if WIFI is available to speed up the app, among more. The app can be downloaded for free from the dev blog.
If you liked it, please leave your feedback so future versions can be improved.
Originally posted by mupets_revenge
BBC News Mobile – Mango Beta
I’m running an open beta for the new mango version. If you have a mango device and some time I would really appreciate any and all feedback.
The xap is available on my blog
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