T-Mobile employee and XDA user s3rv1cet3ch has leaked images that he claims are of the upcoming LG G4 Note, LG's answer to the Samsung Note series and 'big brother' to the G4. LG CEO Cho has been quoted as saying at a press meeting that the company would unveil the next flagship smartphone, G4, in the second quarter, and another high-end product in the second half. With the second quarter now just days away we could finally have a few hints of...
LateReader: A WinMo Read It Later App
Read It Later is a service which allows you to create and sync a list of content from the web to save and read at a more convenient time. Noting the absence of a WinMo version alongside the existing iPhone and Android Read It Later apps Xda-devs member vizier has filled in the gap with his WinMo app LateReader.
Originally posted by vizier
Late Reader is a Windows Mobile application for reading your Read It Later lists. Actually this application does (or aims) more than just reading your list. You can search, sort your list, download pages for offline reading. Share your list items with others. And more.
Proceed to the thread for an extensive features list, upcoming features, and the download.
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