SplashNews

SplashNews 2.03

Stay on top of news as it happens with this free RSS reader

RSS feeds have revolutionised the way news is published and read. The easy to use syndication system has made it easier than ever to read your news wherever you like - especially on the move. With SplashNews, you can download the latest content from your favourite news site or blog in seconds, from anywhere. View full description

PROS

  • Smart, clean design
  • Easy to use

CONS

  • Needs installation: Google Reader and other online readers are installation free

Very good
8

RSS feeds have revolutionised the way news is published and read. The easy to use syndication system has made it easier than ever to read your news wherever you like - especially on the move. With SplashNews, you can download the latest content from your favourite news site or blog in seconds, from anywhere.

The design of the application is simple and clean and it's pretty easy to open the preset feeds or add your own to the index. We had a couple of problems getting SplashNews to sync at first but once it's up and running, it performs fairly well. The program is ad-supported freeware, much like Google Reader, which is arguably a better alternative if you can be online all the time.

We enjoyed SplashNews's ease of use and simple design but would recommend trying some online services: they can be even better, and take up less room on your PDA.

Get the latest news, sports, gadget news, and SplashData blog feeds right on your mobile device, anytime and anywhere! You can add your favorite feeds and then sync with our servers to download the latest content on the go.

Key features:

  • Wirelessly connect to mobile sites and download the latest news, sports, and more
  • Add or delete feeds to customize your content
  • Absolutely free

SplashNews

Download

SplashNews 2.03

User reviews about SplashNews

  • iflogic

    by iflogic

    "Splashnews sucks"

    I tried it out on an Dell Axim (x51v) and, though the program ran, it never was able to sync to get any RSS feeds. So I ... More.

    reviewed on August 24, 2011