Loving NewsGator’s Free iPhone RSS Reader

I had the good fortune to lose my outdated cell phone recently, which gave me the perfect excuse to splurge on a new iPhone (I waited until Sept 5 to order it, of course).

I have to admit that I love my iPhone, despite not being able to "officially" develop native apps for it.  It’s the mobile device I’ve been waiting for.  After a few days of using the iPhone’s touch screen, my desktop computer’s mouse suddenly seems antiquated.

Not long after I got the iPhone, I decided to give our free iPhone reader a try – and it’s now by far my most-used iPhone app.  Being able to read my feeds when I’m on the go is great, and I really appreciate how bandwidth-friendly our iPhone reader is.  The best thing, of course, is that everything is synchronized with our RSS platform, which means that stuff I read on my iPhone is automatically marked read in FeedDemon.

Nice work, Kevin!

6 thoughts on “Loving NewsGator’s Free iPhone RSS Reader

  1. glad you like nick… if you have any bug reports you can send them to support at newsgator dot com :)
    seriously, if you have any ideas/requests/etc. give a shout. i am jumping back into this project over the next several days.

  2. was that ‘lose my outdated cellphone’ or ‘”lose” my outdated cellphone’…pretty suspicious you lost your phone right when a $200 price drop took place, if you ask me… now if only I could “lose” mine…:) :) :).
    Seriously, do ya’ll know yet if it’s going to work on the iPod touch, since that’s pretty much a phone-less iPhone (and more likely I’d get that before the iPhone)?

  3. @critter: I actually lost it for real – but yeah, I wasn’t too sad about it, either. I’m assuming our iPhone reader will work just fine on the iPod touch since it’s the same browser, but not having tried it myself, I really can’t say for sure.

  4. Nick or Kevin, do you yet know whether or not the NewsGator iPhone RSS Reader will also work with the soon to be released iPod itouch?

  5. My bad. I should have read the prior post re: the iPod itouch question more carefully. Hopefully, we’ll find out soon after September 28.

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