NewsGator Go! Now Free for Your BlackBerry

By James Falconer on 14 Jan 2008 11:39 am EST
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NewsGator Go! for BlackBerry

Now FREE for your BlackBerry is NewsGator Go!, a wonderful mobile RSS reader.

With NewsGator Go! you can track and manage all of your RSS news feeds easy as can be on your Berry. One of the handy things about NewGator Go! is it synchronizes with your desktop and most web-based readers.

Key Features:

  • Easy one-hand operation
  • Formatted to look great on your BlackBerry
  • Offline Reading. Take your feeds and posts with you no matter where you go. Feeds are cached on your device.
  • Clip and save posts and have them synchronized with NewsGator Online or any other NewsGator reader.

It's been my experience that once you start using a solid RSS reader you may not go back...I've used NewsGator apps in the past and have not been dissapointed. This one is worth a try, especially if you want to stay on top of news items important to you.

For more info and to download NewsGator Go!, click here. To download you will need to sign up for a NewsGator Online account (no worries, it's free).

Topics: BlackBerry Apps

James Falconer James Falconer "Community Manager, Mobile Nations" 354 (articles) 803 (forum posts)

Reader comments

NewsGator Go! Now Free for Your BlackBerry

4 Comments

I have been using NetNewsWire on the Mac for years (another NewsGator app). There is a feature where all of the NewsGator apps will sync over the web to keep the read/unread state of each item the same across multiple readers.

I have been using NewsGator Go! for a few days and this is a killer feature. It is like IMAP for feeds.

Okay, so I've just gotten my first BB - a curve from ATT, and I found out re: FreeRange reader. I've been using it for a few days, not wanting to pay $40 for the full version, so limited to 10 feeds. Now this will replace that for free, right? I'm just a bit confused because it looks like the folks from Free Range were involved in this project. Seems like it should be a natural to upgrade, but I'm a little hesitant. Any ideas out there?

tb