RSS Reader on Your Mobile/Cell phone aka Google Reader

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With more and more RSS feeds Google/ig (personalised homepage) was getting a bit crowded, so the Google team updated Google/ig with tabs.

Cool, but how about combining all the rss feeds you subscribe to and sorting them in chronological order? Not possible with personalised google, hello Google Reader.

All the RSS sorted into your specified categories (tags) in order as they are published. While reading Matt Cutts blog (thanks R0b St0kes ๐Ÿ˜‰ ) the following catches my attention:

– A mobile reader. A digg commenter mentions . Okay, I tried it and the mobile reader works wellรƒยขรขโ€šยฌรขโ‚ฌล“it even shows tiny pictures on my phone if theyรƒยขรขโ€šยฌรขโ€žยขre in the post. Reader also somehow sent back the รƒยขรขโ€šยฌร…โ€œMatt has read this postรƒยขรขโ€šยฌ? info, so once I finish an item on my phone, itรƒยขรขโ€šยฌรขโ€žยขs marked as read when I reload Reader in my desktop browser. Thatรƒยขรขโ€šยฌรขโ€žยขs pretty cool, and now I yearn to upgrade my phone.

Chatting to Mike Stopforth on MXit, helping him sort Seth Godin’s Jozi Geekdinner MP3 download which is now available here along with the powerpoint presentation. With Google Reader I was able to read the post minutes after Mike wrote it on my Nokai N70. With Google Reader you are now able to read your RSS anywhere at any time on your cell phone. No more having to readรƒโ€šร‚ prehistoric magazines in your doctors waiting room.

This is goodbye to newspapers, hello eco-friendly RSS.

SAVE a Tree, Read RSS!

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