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RSS Central For WP7
If you’re looking for a simple and clean RSS application for your WP7 device, take a look at XDA forum member AdamDawes‘s powerful and easy to use application.
RSS Central can download and display RSS, Atom and RDF news feeds from many websites and holds on to them so that you can read them even without an internet connection.
The trial version is fully featured with occasional ‘nag’ screens when using the application.
Key features are:
- Attractive and functional Windows Phone 7-style user interface.
- Streamlined navigation to make using the app as quick and easy as possible.
- Fast application startup to get you straight into your feeds without having to wait.
- Create categories to group your news feeds together for easier browsing.
- Feed search function to help you discover new feeds and news sources.
- Quick display of article summaries, or show the full article content with just one touch.
- Search for keywords within feeds to help you find articles of interest.
- “Minimum refresh time” prevents unnecessary re-downloading of unchanged feeds.
- Automatic tracking of read and unread articles. Choose to hide read articles and read subsciptions if you wish.
- Full support for international character sets.
- Quickly and easily send the details of interesting articles as an email message.
- Full support for portrait and landscape orientation.
For more information, visit the application thread. RSS Central trial version is available to download free from the Windows Phone Marketplace.
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