HeadLine UIQ - Keep up to date with the latest news with HeadLine - the mobile RSS NewsReader!
Connect to any Internet RSS feed and read wherever you are.
RSS versions 0.9, 1.0 and 2.0 fully supported
Automatic compressed news caching
Automatic updates to subscribed feeds
Configurable view settings - on a per-news basis
OPML import / export, to import news feeds from desktop readers
Automatic integration with your phone browser - Also supports Opera, NetFront & Doris browsers
Now available in the following languages:
English, Czech, Polish, German, Spanish, Dutch, Italian, Finnish, Turkish, Danish
New in v1.1:
New automatic background updates
Support for Arabic & Hebrew RSS feeds
New in v1.2:
- HeadLine Groups ? Synchronise your news feeds with a free online account.
- Support for most International news feeds
- Compressed news support - Saves up to 80% of network usage
- RSS Enclosure support for downloading attachments ? Download PodCasts direct to your phone!
- HTTP Proxy support
- HTTP Basic & Digest authentication support
- Usenet (NNTP) news support, via the HeadLine Groups Online members area
- New translations available
New in v1.2.1:
- Support for ATOM v0.3 / v1.0 feeds. HeadLine can now be used to read Blogger posts.
New in v1.2.2:
- Improved compatibility with some news feeds
- Improved text formatting
- Optional 'Data Usage' meter
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