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RapidRead Forum Reading App for WM
Android members have Tapatalk and they seem to be very happy with it, but how about Windows Mobile device users?Till now, there were some very small efforts to address this, but nothing solid. Now, XDA member TeDeV presents RapidRead, a great forum reading application without the need of a web browser. You can add XDA to read your favorite threads and also any other forum you regularly visit.
This is the first beta release to public, so bugs are expected. However, if you like it, please leave some feed back so future versions can be improved.
Working on WM6.5 and up and should work on any resolution.
Originally posted by TeDeV
RapidRead – A forum reading application
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.
Current Version is 0.5 beta
Things need to fix
- Ability to add new forums in the list
- Ability to load forums faster (stay tuned)
- Ability to be able to navigate through thread pages
- More forums support
- Ability to view pictures in posts
- Ability to post messages
You can find more information in the application thread.
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