Reliable RSSreader for PocketPC
November 12, 2007 6:03 PM   Subscribe

Can anyone suggest a reliable rss client/reader for a Windows Mobile 5 pocket PC running on a Softbank X01HT (a Japanesed HTC Hermes 200). I've tried pRSS - always crashed, also Happy Jack Road's Pocket RSS has problems connecting and usually doesn't download feeds. Also I've tried a couple that from Handango but they wouldn't load, (yes I did make sure I had the right version).
posted by AndyM825 to Computers & Internet (6 answers total)
It's not a client per se, but could you use something like Bloglines?
posted by Dipsomaniac at 6:40 PM on November 12, 2007

I'm pretty sure Opera Mini does rss.
posted by bigmusic at 8:12 PM on November 12, 2007

Google Reader in Pocket IE

Web-based readers really are the way to go. I easily work at 10+ computers in the course of a day. A web based reader ensures that I never see duplicates.
posted by mysterious1der at 8:29 PM on November 12, 2007

Thanks for the replies, I guess that using google reader is the best way to go. Thanks.
posted by AndyM825 at 3:47 AM on November 13, 2007

I really like Egress from Garish Kernels. It syncs with bloglines, newsgator or Google Reader. Also works as a podcatcher to listen to podcasts. I use it with my T-mobile MDA.
posted by jrishel at 6:34 AM on November 13, 2007

I've been playing with SmartRss for a couple of days, and rather liking it.

I'm wondering how to pronounce it. SmartArse?
posted by goshling at 3:14 PM on November 13, 2007

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