Watch CNN on Your Windows Phone 7 Device
Do you like being informed? Keeping up with the latest developments with events and news world wide? Then, you may watch CNN from time to time, and if this is the case, XDA member CyiDev has come up with an app to satisfy your craving for news while on your Windows Phone 7. The app is basically a browser fully dedicated to one thing only, CNN. It is a very simple, quick, and easy to use app to browse through CNN’s website.
If you like the app, please leave some feedback on the thread as well as in Marketplace. Hopefully, future versions will benefit from your comments and suggestions.
View CNN’s Mobile website at the click of a finger. Clicking on the CNN Logo on the app itself will take you directly back to CNN. Using the arrow on the left will function as a back button. This is a very simple and effective web browser. Enjoy!
You can find more information in the application thread.
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