orb3000 · Apr 14, 2011 at 09:00 pm

RapidRead for Windows Mobile Updated

We have many applications for reading your favorite forums (meaning: XDA ;)), but what about our dear old friend Windows Mobile? XDA member TeDeV has updated the forum reading app RapidRead, which has been downloaded by more than 2000 members so far. The latest beta version fixes some minor bugs and adds the option to login and post, favorites don’t get duplicated anymore, and the beta period extends to 1/6/2011. Working on WM 6.5.x.
The developer is looking for members to help create a new icon for the application. So, if you have the skills, please make sure that you drop the dev a line.

Originally posted by TeDeV
RapidRead is a forum reading application similar to tapatalk.
The aim of this application is to offer you a fast, easy and economic way of accessing your favourite forums, without the need of a web browser or extra costs on your data plan.

Where can i use RapidRead?
RapidRead is for Windows Mobile 6.5.x and below. I haven’t been able to test this on different resolutions or devices, but it should work everywhere.

RapidRead’s News
– More than 2000 downloads
– RapidRead appears on XDA news (Click here to see)
– RapidRead joins XDA Marketplace
– RapidRead appears on Freewarepocketpc.net (Click here to see)

Version History
Current version 0.7.4 beta

– You can now login and post again
– Favorites doesn’t duplicate themselves anymore
– Beta period extends to 1/6/2011

I will make some more fixes soon, but for now this is a working version for all of you

oh i forgot to mention that i am using SenseSDK 1.5 now. Maybe this works for some of you. (Let me know)

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