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    Hi,

    Just wondering what everybody's RSS reader for windows mobile is? I was using egress, but I find it unusually slow, for whatever reason, compared to when running it on Windows Mobile 5.0 on my Treo 700wx? I don't understand why it is slower, but it is.

    So, I am trying out NewsBreak which is pretty good. Any good ones out there?
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    I use spb insight, its pretty good.
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    I'm also happy with SPB Insight; but, I wish it had automatic scheduled updates.
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    RSS Hub is THE BESTTTTTTTTT !!! If you need, PM me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Merovingian View Post
    RSS Hub is THE BESTTTTTTTTT !!! If you need, PM me.
    RSS Hub is the paid-for OEM version of Illium Newsbreak (review). I know the line between ripping ROM material and flat out warez is a fine one, but this one teeters towards the latter I think

    Having said that, I also use Newsbreak for RSS.

    BTW, for others curious about this whole "RSS" thing, I wrote a tutorial awhile back as an intro: "How To: Learn Mobile RSS and Why It Matters"

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    I use Egress. It plugs into the today screen and scrolls the headlines.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Malatesta View Post
    RSS Hub is the paid-for OEM version of Illium Newsbreak (review). I know the line between ripping ROM material and flat out warez is a fine one, but this one teeters towards the latter I think

    Having said that, I also use Newsbreak for RSS.

    BTW, for others curious about this whole "RSS" thing, I wrote a tutorial awhile back as an intro: "How To: Learn Mobile RSS and Why It Matters"
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    I have been using GoNews Touch by SBSH and really enjoy how you don't need a stylus at all for it. Give it a try. Its a newer app and they have a lot of new features they want to implement into it in the future. It can also download the whole article and not just the RSS feed info if you create a template for the site (they have some available in their forums).
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    The main thing I like about spb insight is that it scrolls with the thumbnail pictures on the today screen. All the others i tried dont do that.
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    I like pocketrss. Free with a nice today plugin.
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    Also look at Viigo. Download | Viigo

    It's free and a top rated feed reader.
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    Yomo Media has been working well for me these last few weeks. I like that you can manage your subscriptions both on the phone and via the web interface.
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    Just found SpeedReader: emuneee.wordpress.com

    Still in it's infancy, but looking very promising for a light-weight reader that syncs with google reader.
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    I just use Google reader both on the PC as well as the mobile version. Been using it for years. I don't use 3rd party software for RSS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Malatesta View Post
    RSS Hub is the paid-for OEM version of Illium Newsbreak (review). I know the line between ripping ROM material and flat out warez is a fine one, but this one teeters towards the latter I think

    Having said that, I also use Newsbreak for RSS.

    BTW, for others curious about this whole "RSS" thing, I wrote a tutorial awhile back as an intro: "How To: Learn Mobile RSS and Why It Matters"
    newsbreak works great. I also tried spb insight. has anyone tried mDigger Welcome!
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    Newsgator for Windows Mobile ... it is a little quirky in how one has to go between the d-pad and touch screen. The main reason that I use it is because if you have a Newsgator account it syncs read/unread messages with your other computers PC/MAC ... so that you don't use too different RSS readers and read things twice.
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    One more for Newsbreak.

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