Guest Post by Nouman
In order to get in touch with all your favorite websites all the time it is important that you have access to them anytime, anywhere on the go. This is possible if you have an internet connection on your mobile phone. Following are some great tools that let you access your RSS feeds right on your cell phone.
An HTML based service that can be run on any cell phone with an internet browser. It has a user-friendly layout and it lets you prioritize what you want to read by keeping a track of previously read feeds. The built-in search lets you find your desired content right away. You can also save items so you can read them later. The service is free and you can sign up for it here.
Yahoo Go is a great mobile application that has lets you use almost all the features on Yahoo on your mobile phone including RSS feeds from your favorite websites/blogs. Apart from that, you can also access Yahoo web search, Flickr, Yahoo Mail, Weather tool and Yahoo News. It is a free service but charges for data transfer are applicable.
Viigo is another tool that provides the content from all your favorite news sources, blogs and websites on your cell phone with ease. It also has the ability to synchronize with your Google Reader account and it runs on most of the popular phones. The service is free to use but you have to pay for the data transfer on via your cell phone.
Feedm8 is an online tool that lets you convert any website into a mobile friendly version that can be viewed easily on a mobile web browser. You don’t even have to be the owner of a website to convert it. It simply takes RSS/Atom feed of a website and mobilizes it. After converting you simply need to forward site’s address to your mobile phone ready to be viewed.
FoCuS allows you to download RSS content onto your mobile device and view it with ease. It is fully compliant with RSS 2.0 applications. It lets you customize settings for refresh period for your feeds. The service is free to use and supports English and Italian languages.
So, that completes the list of mobile RSS readers. I hope these will improve your RSS readability on your cell phone. Let us know if you think there are some good mobile RSS readers that we have missed.