Berry Bloglines

  • Version

    Unknown
  • Date Added
    (to site)

    March 19th, 2010
  • Author

    Phil Bogle
  • License

    Apache 2.0 license (?)
  • Description

    Berry Bloglines is a free RSS Reader optimized for reading news feeds and blogs on the Blackberry. It builds on the Bloglines service you can access from your PC.

    Though other mobile RSS readers exist, Berry Bloglines has the advantages of being totally free, of offering full PC integration, and of optimized linked content for the Blackberry.

    Berry Bloglines reformats full pages from the New York Times, BBC, ArsTechnica, BoingBoing, and other popular sites, eliminating unnecessary menus so that they can be read conveniently on the Blackberry. You can read not just the blog entries but also the full articles that they link to.

    You can do all of your subscription management on the PC. Also, when your read a message on your Blackbery, it will show up as read on the PC, and vice versa.

  • Platforms Supported

    WindowsMacLinux
  • Website

Berry Bloglines

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