Re: RSS Reader
> On Oct 31, 7:28 am, "C.Joseph Drayton" <cjos...@csdcs.itgo.com> wrote:[color=green]
>> Zombie Elvis wrote:[color=darkred]
>>> On Mon, 27 Oct 2008 16:22:10 -0600, "C.Joseph Drayton"
>>> <cjos...@csdcs.itgo.com> wrote:
>>>> Hi All,
>>>> Anyone out there have a recommendation for an RSS Reader for
>>>> the Palm TX?
>>>> I have tried SplashReader and I can not get it to sink with
>>>> any custom RSS feeds.
>>> If you are going to be using the TX's wifi connection, the list begins
>>> and ends with Google Reader. Nothing else is as fast and convenient.
>>> If you are looking for an offline reader that you occasionally synch,
>>> you might want to go back to the future with Avantgo. It doesn't
>>> always run well but it is very nicely done when it does run properly.[/color]
>> Hello Zombie Elvis,
>> I am looking for a dedicated RSS feed reader not from within
>> a browser.
>> C.Joseph Drayton, Ph.D. AS&T
>> CSD Computer Services
>> Web site:[url]http://csdcs.site90.net/[/url]
>> E-mail: cjos...@csdcs.site90.net[/color]
> Have you looked at Quick News from Stand Alone:
Yes I tried it and most of the feeds I want it is not
C.Joseph Drayton, Ph.D. AS&T
CSD Computer Services
Web site: [url]http://csdcs.site90.net/[/url]
Re: RSS Reader
I don't necessarily love it, but SplashNews is free. You might just
try it and see if it will read the feeds you want. Can you read them
with a desktop reader? I use FeedDemon. Newsgator is the browser-based
reader from the same company, and you can sync between FeedDemon, on
more than one PC, and Newsgator.
> Hi Greg,
> Yes I tried it and most of the feeds I want it is not
> C.Joseph Drayton, Ph.D. AS&T
> CSD Computer Services
> Web site:[url]http://csdcs.site90.net/[/url]
> E-mail: cjos...@csdcs.site90.net[/color]