NewsGator Go! for BlackBerry released

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newsgatorgrrr.jpgI can’t help but get excited when there’s an exclamation point in the name of the application (he said facetiously). The team from NewsGator has released NewsGator Go! for BlackBerry this week. Essentially, the app gives you a hand in organizing your RSS feeds, giving you the latest news whilst you’re on the go.

It’s working with all BlackBerry with OS v. 4.0 and above, so the majority of you should be alright to give it a try. Download the trial, and if you’re liking the Gator, you can shell out $29.99 USD for the full version.

Intelligent Mobile Optimization: Whether you read 5 or 500 feeds, NewsGator Go! effortlessly manages the load to give you the best experience.
Easy, one-hand operation: Navigate and read with the power of one thumb.
Formatted for Mobile Devices: The articles and the links are tailored specifically for mobile devices, enhancing the reading experience.

Synchronization: Read a post in NewsGator Go! and it’s marked as read in any other NewsGator reader you use.
Clipping Synchronization: Clip and save posts and have them synchronized with NewsGator Online or any other NewsGator reader.
Email: Send interesting articles to friends or co-workers via email.
Mark Feeds as Read: Mark unimportant or irrelevant feeds and articles as read from your mobile device so you can be more efficient when you get back to the office.

  • Stac

    I honestly can’t imagine why someone would pay 30 beans for something that so many apps do well for free (built-in RSS, Bloglines, Opera Mini’s RSS, etc.) – but, obviously, someone must think it’s worth some dough.

    -Stac

  • Stac

    I honestly can’t imagine why someone would pay 30 beans for something that so many apps do well for free (built-in RSS, Bloglines, Opera Mini’s RSS, etc.) – but, obviously, someone must think it’s worth some dough.

    -Stac

  • Kevin

    Google Reader Mobile is free and the best RSS reader out there. There, I just saved everyone thirty bucks.

  • Kevin

    Google Reader Mobile is free and the best RSS reader out there. There, I just saved everyone thirty bucks.

  • http://www.standingmobile.com/ kevin

    hey kevin, kevin from newsgator…

    google mobile reader is good but there are some key things that you get w/ go! okay, i hear ya on the exclamation ;)

    the biggest for me is synchronization – i do most of my feed reading on the web or on the desktop and about 20% on my mobile. i want it all (read states, clippings, etc) to sync up!

    also, if i am on a plane or somewhere w/o a connection i can still read the goods with go

  • http://www.standingmobile.com/ kevin

    hey kevin, kevin from newsgator…

    google mobile reader is good but there are some key things that you get w/ go! okay, i hear ya on the exclamation ;)

    the biggest for me is synchronization – i do most of my feed reading on the web or on the desktop and about 20% on my mobile. i want it all (read states, clippings, etc) to sync up!

    also, if i am on a plane or somewhere w/o a connection i can still read the goods with go

  • http://www.standingmobile.com kevin

    hey kevin, kevin from newsgator…

    google mobile reader is good but there are some key things that you get w/ go! okay, i hear ya on the exclamation ;)

    the biggest for me is synchronization – i do most of my feed reading on the web or on the desktop and about 20% on my mobile. i want it all (read states, clippings, etc) to sync up!

    also, if i am on a plane or somewhere w/o a connection i can still read the goods with go

  • SkilletLickr

    Please tell me there is no connection to GATOR/GAIN, the adware pimps now known as Claria…

  • SkilletLickr

    Please tell me there is no connection to GATOR/GAIN, the adware pimps now known as Claria…