Read-J2-ME allows users to subscribe to news feeds using a Java Mobile (J2ME) enabled mobile phone. In more detail, the application allows the user to subscribe to news feeds, remove a subscribed feed and browse a subscribed feed. When browsing a feed, the user is able to search the news items by a string in the title. The user has the possibility to tag news items with one or more tags that can be defined and allow a search by tag. In addition, application settings may be saved and automatically loaded at the next start-up of the application, as i.e. the maximum number of news items that should be stored by each saved feed. Tagged news items are prevented from automatic deletion when an update is performed.
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Requirements:MIDP 2.0, CLDC 1.1
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