RSS Reader MIDlet - RSS Reader MIDlet is a RSS (xml document) reader for handheld devices written in Java.
Many websites offers RSS feeds for their content, for example slashdot.org (rss) and wired.com (rss).
It uses RMS (persistent storage) for offline reading. It is MIDP 1.0 CLDC 1.0 compliant and requires about 256kb memory to work well.
A few feeds are hardcoded for easy adding but you can of course add your own RSS feed URLs.
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