Users who read RSS feeds on their phones...

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  1. bodean

    bodean Active Member

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    Question. I use Newsrob, and curious as to what seems to be the most popular way to download RSS feeds for offline use? Do you download Articles / Articles + Images / Articles + Images + Mobile Web Page / Articles + Images + Web Pages?
     
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    +1 on Newrob, but do not use it daily.
     
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    Haven't heard of that one. May give it a shot.

    I've got NewsPro, which is a Reuters feed....Over 600 articles currently to download for offline use. My only complaint is this doesn't seem to be updated very regularly ("newest" stories seem to be at least 12 hours or even several days old).

    I also have 3 RSS widgets - Fox Business (hey, choices are limited), BBC America and CNET. Have Google news widget on my main home page.
     
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