Captainkrtek · Oct 5, 2010 at 12:00 pm

Tiny Google Reader for WM

Fans and users of Google’s RSS Reader Web Client can now rejoice on their Windows Mobile Phones. XDA member mightycoco has been developing an RSS Reader for Windows Mobile based devices. It allows you to access your saved RSS feeds and add new ones. The apps is fairly recent and mightycoco is looking for any feedback.

Here is the list of features as quoted from the thread:

  • View your reading-list (10,20,30,50 items)
  • View your starred items (all)
  • View your shared items (all)
  • View your subscriptions (all)
  • View items of your subscribed feeds (10,20,30,50 items)
  • Mark as read (automatically when opening an item)
  • Like/Unlike
  • Star/Un-Star
  • Share/Dont Share
  • And improved stability

And down the road are the following features:

  • Image Caching
  • Share with note
  • Previous and Next entry in HTML View
  • See Version Info / Login Status
  • Themed (Black Version)

If you are interested in the app and want to learn more about it, then check out the discussion thread.


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