News Wall 1.0 released for iPhone and iPad - Most Efficient News Reader
July 9, 2010 in News
[prMac.com] Berlin, Germany - Independent developer Daniel Wetzel today is pleased to announce the release and immediate availability of News Wall 1.0 for iPad and iPhone. News Wall's user interface was designed to optimize the amount of information the user can consume. Instead of navigating through lists and folders, RSS feeds are used to build a virtual wall of articles. To keep track of all articles, the user can shrink single feeds, dim read articles or show images embedded in the feeds.
The app supports several tools for sharing and saving articles. News can be sent to Instapaper and Read It Later. They also can be sent to Twitter supporting URL shortening. Sending news as e-mail is included as well. The app uses RSS feed subscriptions. After entering the address of a webpage only, most often the feed is discovered automatically. Beyond that, the integrated feed browser makes it easy to find feeds and subscribe to them.
News Wall supports multitasking and Fast App Switching.
* Read and manage RSS news feeds
* Easy and beautiful user interface optimized for skimming and fast reading
* Auto-discovery of feed addresses, integrated feed browser to find feeds
* Instapaper support, unlimited amount of accounts
* Read It Late support, unlimited amount of accounts
* Twitter support (including bit.ly), unlimited amount of accounts
* No Internet connection needed to read on the move
* Fast App Switching
* Compatible with iPad, iPhone and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 3.2 or later
* 5 MB
Price and Availability:
News Wall 1.0 is priced at $2.99 USD USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the News category. It will be available for the special price of $1.99 from July, 9th thru July 12th 2010.
Located in Berlin, Germany, Daniel Wetzel works as an IT trainer, consultant and developer. After creating several customer-specific applications, News Wall is his second iOS app on his own initiative. He mainly focuses on news. Copyright (C) 2010 Daniel Wetzel. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.