RSSManager is a J2ME application that allows to read last news on your mobile phone from your preferred site. It supports RSS/RDF and Atom formats. You can categorize RSS feed and send email with news detail to your friends.
· Top 10 RSS: View top ten RSS feed read
· Insert: Enables to create a new RSS feed, specifying title, link and category.
· Modify: Modify selected RSS feed detail.
· Delete: Delete selected RSS feed.
· View: View in summary downloaded RSS feed.
· Categories: Manage (Insert/Modify/Delete) your categories.
· Email: Enables to send an email with RSS title, RSS description and RSS link.
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Requirements:MIDP 2.0, CLDC 1.0
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