Read “It” Later with LolaLaterList for Windows Mobile
Are you a ReadItLater user looking for a simple legacy Windows Mobile client without any bloat? It looks like XDA forum member s_green_22 has the app for you with LolaLaterList. With this application, you are able to access your ReadItLater profile and open the links in your Opera Mobile or Mini web browser as well as mark pages as read.
LolaLaterList, my first mobile application, is simple ReadItLater application. Today it is able to:
1) download pages saved to RIL profile
2) open page using Opera Mini/Mobile
3) mark page as read
4) send read pages back to RIL server
5) search through local page list
While the application’s feature list is currently a bit baren, the developer has big plans for future updates including:
– page list with text wrapping
– details page
– support other browsers than Opera
– autodetection of browser paths
– downloading pages internally
– sign up
Interested in giving this app a shot? If so, be sure to check out the application thread.
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