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News Wall 2.0: News coming to the User

Dec 09, 2010 - Independent developer Daniel Wetzel today released News Wall 2. 0 for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch devices. Keeping track of news and reports is getting more and more difficult. To filter news sites, blogs and social media services takes a lot of time. This never-ending travel now has come to an end with News Wall 2.0. The RSS feed reader for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad subscribes to sources easily and creates a "virtual wall of news" to go.


News Wall 1.0 released for iPhone and iPad - Most Efficient News Reader

Jul 09, 2010 - Independent developer Daniel Wetzel today announces News Wall 1. 0 for iPad and iPhone devices. News Wall presents news feeds in an extremely efficient way. All feeds are presented as an area of articles allowing the user to skim through the information at high speed. 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.


Paper Pile 1.3 released for iPad - Personal Digital Newspaper

Jun 16, 2010 - Independent developer Daniel Wetzel today announces Paper Pile 1.3 for iPad devices. Paper Pile creates customized digital newspapers containing only the content the user wants to read. It uses news feed subscriptions to compose the user's personal newspaper. Paper Pile simulates perfectly the look and feel of real newspapers so even unexperienced users can deal easily with the app. The version 1.3 update includes themes, Instapaper support and enhanced text presentation.


Paper Pile 1.2.1 released for iPad - Renders Printed Newspaper Redundant

May 26, 2010 - Independent developer Daniel Wetzel announces Paper Pile 1.2.1 for iPad devices. Paper Pile creates virtual newspapers looking almost exactly as their printed prototypes. It combines both media to a new reading experience. The app uses news feed subscriptions to compose the user's personal newspaper. Paper Pile simulates perfectly the look and feel of real newspapers so even unexperienced users can deal easily with the app.