Freenews Mobile RSS Reader Released

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FreeNews
FreeNews turns your Blackberry into your own personal newspaper, weather station, sports announcer, and blog reader, all rolled into one. Using RSS and powerful server-client set-up, FreeNews gathers the information you care about from the web, putting it on your mobile device so that you can read it anywhere and at anytime. With FreeNews, you don”t surf news websites, you get all the information you want in one place — a customizable homepage for your mobile phone.

FreeNews is an internet based service that quickly and efficiently puts only the latest information onto your mobile phone, making it available to you immediately.

FreeNews retails for $19.95 on Neon Toad, click here to learn more …

  • Eric

    Why is it called FreeNews if it costs $19.95?

  • Eric

    Why is it called FreeNews if it costs $19.95?

  • gocyclones

    I prefer to use BerryBloglines as I can either view in a web browser with Bloglines or if I’m killing time see updates stories and mark them read from my BB. Oh, and it’s free :)

  • gocyclones

    I prefer to use BerryBloglines as I can either view in a web browser with Bloglines or if I’m killing time see updates stories and mark them read from my BB. Oh, and it’s free :)

  • JonM

    The difference between FreeNews and a web browser based product is that all my feeds are stored on my Blackberry, so they are always with me even when I don’t have service. I’ve found it gives me great for flights, and I know a few people that are using FreeNews on their subway commute.

    I use Bloglines on my desktop where I have lots more feeds than I want to deal with from any mobile device.

  • JonM

    The difference between FreeNews and a web browser based product is that all my feeds are stored on my Blackberry, so they are always with me even when I don’t have service. I’ve found it gives me great for flights, and I know a few people that are using FreeNews on their subway commute.

    I use Bloglines on my desktop where I have lots more feeds than I want to deal with from any mobile device.