Now Available: RSS Feeds for Just Windows Mobile and Android
It was requested many times in the past, and not too long ago, the RSS feeds for either WM or Android were implemented. What does this mean? You can get up to the minute information about your favorite community. You will get instant notifications of any news that come out in the Portal, the moment they come out.
The process is simple, just grab either one of the following addresses and depending on your OS, simply put it in the RSS reader of your choice.
For Android: http://www.xda-developers.com/tag/all-android/feed/
For Windows Mobile: http://www.xda-developers.com/tag/all-windows-mobile/feed/
If you are into getting the good stuff on your mobile device, make sure that you get this set up soon!
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