By August 31, 2008

Egress RSS Reader Quietly Updated to Version 4.0.2

animation One application I used some time ago was Egress. I liked it a great deal however the E-Ten M600 I was using it on didn’t seem too stable when the application was running with a full load. Now they have updated to a whopping v4.0.2 and given the features I will be encouraged to look again.

Egress is an application which can display your favorite RSS feeds directly on your PocketPC.


  • Touch-screen scrolling – NEW in 4.0.0
  • Lifetime upgrades
  • Search for feeds using Google – NEW in 4.0.0
  • Now supports read state with NewsGator synchronized channels – NEW in 3.4.0
  • Support micro-blogs (jaiku/twitter) – NEW in 3.3.0
  • Support for Bloglines and NewsGator synchronized channels
  • Support for HTML optimizers (Skweezer and Google Mobile) – NEW in 3.2.0
  • Supports RSS (.09, .91, .92 and 2.0), RDF (1.0), and ATOM (0.3 and 1.0)
  • Integrates with Today
  • Caches and displays inline images
  • Can cache web pages for later display using ANY browser
  • Integrated HTML browser for cached web pages
  • Can download enclosures (Podcasting support)
  • Automatic playlist generation for audio podcasts
  • Background download of feeds
  • Supports alternate web browsers


Via Pocket PC Thoughts

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