NewsGator Releases RSS Aggregator for Windows Mobile Devices
NewsGator Go! for Windows Mobile Extends the Power of RSS to Mobile Enterprise Workers and Consumers
DENVER, CO -- September 20, 2006 -- NewsGator Technologies, Inc., the leading RSS platform company, today announced the public release of NewsGator Go! for Windows Mobile, a product that allows users to read content and manage their RSS subscriptions seamlessly from any Windows-mobile capable device. Articles and subscriptions are synchronized between NewsGator Go! for Windows Mobile and NewsGator’s other applications, including NewsGator Online, Inbox, NetNewsWire and FeedDemon.
As RSS continues to reach mainstream adoption among both consumers and enterprises, mobile workers need easy access to their customized news and information. NewsGator Go! for Windows Mobile synchronizes with NewsGator’s entire product suite -- users can specify which RSS subscriptions to access from their mobile device, ensuring a streamlined and tailored RSS experience.
“Part of our strategy since the beginning has been to have information at our users’ fingertips, and mobile is a key part of this,” said Greg Reinacker, founder and CTO of NewsGator. “At the same time, we realize that mobile devices are usually a companion device, rather than a stand-alone information source. With this first release of NewsGator Go! for Windows Mobile, we’re delivering on this vision -- selected information at your fingertips, shared with your other applications, and integrated with the rest of your work.”
NewsGator Go! for Windows Mobile will also integrate with NewsGator Enterprise Server in the same way it integrates with NewsGator Online. With synchronization between user desktops, Microsoft Outlook® portals, enterprise applications, and now mobile, a truly go-anywhere enterprise solution will be available.
Key features and benefits of NewsGator Go! for Windows Mobile include:
-- Complete Synchronization - RSS subscriptions and content are fully
synchronized across NewsGator’s entire suite of products, so articles
marked as “read” on their mobile device will show up as “read” on their
other NewsGator aggregators
-- Formatted for mobile devices - Content, including feeds and links, is
automatically formatted for mobile browsers to ensure an ideal viewing
-- Select feeds for devices - From NewsGator Online, users can select
which feeds they want to access from their mobile device, streamlining
-- Offline viewing - NewsGator Go! for Windows Mobile downloads and
caches articles, offering the ability to read posts while not connected to
-- Familiar and easy-to-use interface - The NewsGator Go! for Windows
Mobile reading experience is simple, easy to use, and specifically designed
for mobile users
NewsGator Go! for Windows Mobile is available for any device running the Windows Mobile 2003 or Windows Mobile 5.0 or later operating systems, including the Palm Treo 700w, Motorola Q, Cingular 2125 and HP iPaqs. It is currently available for $29.95 and can be purchased at www.newsgator.com.
About NewsGator Technologies, Inc.
NewsGator Technologies is the world’s leading RSS platform company. Headquartered in Denver, CO, NewsGator develops and markets RSS aggregation solutions for individual end users, enterprises, and online content providers. Using NewsGator products and solutions, businesses and consumers can subscribe to news, information, podcasts, and other relevant content more efficiently and effectively than with traditional channels. With NewsGator, users have access to RSS information via the Web, Microsoft Outlook, mobile devices, and both Windows- and Mac-based desktop clients. All NewsGator products synchronize seamlessly, enabling users to read their RSS feeds anywhere, anytime, with any device. For more information, visit www.newsgator.com.
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