Portugal News for Windows Phone 7
Do you live outside of your country but want to follow the national news on your Windows phone 7? If you are from Portugal, then you are in luck because thanks to XDA member vimafeje, this is possible with PT News. This app will allow you to follow your favorite national news papers. You can find news from the following Portugal newspapers: Correio da Manhã, Jornal de Noticias, Público, Diario de Noticias, I, A Bola, Record, O Jogo, and Maisfutebol.
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Originally posted by vimafeje
[BETA] Portugal News WP7
Access to Portuguese national newspapers, read the headline or the full article from
the chosen newspaper. The following newspapers are indexed: Correio da Manhã, Jornal de Noticias, Público, Diario de Noticias, I, A Bola, Record, O Jogo, Maisfutebol.
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