iFeedPod: Read RSS Feeds on Your iPod

iFeedPod

Imagine if you could read all of your favourite RSS feeds on your iPod? That’s possible thanks to iFeedPod, a program that collects all the news from your feeds and copies them to your iPod so you can keep track of Coolest Gadgets and your favourite blogs and read the news anywhere you want to.

The program is very simple to use, all you need to do is add the RSS feeds and in the next sync, your iPod will become your coolest news aggregator. The iFeedPod can handle either Atom or RSS feeds, and is compatible with Macs only. The new version 1.12 is Universal Binary works with Intel Macs, as well as on PowerPC Macs. The program supports any iPod that’s compatible with Notes.

If you’re constantly stuck in a traffic jam, or have to take long trips on the bus or the subway, reading RSS feeds on your iPod can be very useful indeed.

Click here to download iFeedPod 1.12 now.

Via Apple Gazette.

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One Response to iFeedPod: Read RSS Feeds on Your iPod

  1. ggwfung says:

    that’s pretty nifty, although shifting them onto mobile phones will be the next great step. Information on the go via 3g

    ggw

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