Regular readers of WSJ.com, MarketWatch.com, Barrons.com and AllThingsD.com have a better way to view content on their BlackBerry smartphones today with the release of the WSJ.com Mobile Reader for BlackBerry.
Benefits of the WSJ.com Mobile Reader include:
Simple user interface and differentiated content tabs - What's News, Tech, MarketWatch, Columns and more - with the option to customize categories and news sources for a personalized experience.
"My Stocks" allows users to track select companies with stock quotes (up to a 30-minute delay) and headlines
"My Keywords" lets users track news most important to them by choosing keywords and receiving alerts directly from select search engines
"My Feeds" tab allows users to add RSS feeds from other sites and blogs
Articles can be saved or shared via social bookmarking and social networking sites
Seamless integration with a user's BlackBerry smartphone address book, allowing articles to be easily shared with friends and colleagues
Headlines, article summaries and previously downloaded articles are still available when offline for true anytime access
BIG PROPS go to WSJ for releasing something that's more than just a homescreen shortcut. To learn more about WSJ.com Mobile Reader, see available devices and sign up, go to: www.wsj.com/mobilereader.
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