Paper Pile 1.2.1 released for iPad - Renders Printed Newspaper Redundant

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[] Berlin, Germany - Independent developer Daniel Wetzel is pleased to announce Paper Pile 1.2.1 for iPad devices. Paper Pile creates virtual newspapers looking almost exactly as their printed prototypes. It is the user's choice which content to read. The app uses news feed subscriptions to compose the user's personal newspaper. Besides reading printed daily newspapers, many people make use of RSS feeds containing topics they are really interested in. Paper Pile combines both media to a new reading experience.

In contrast to other iPad apps, Paper Pile simulates perfectly the look and feel of real newspapers so even unexperienced users can deal easily with the app. The usage of full justification texts increases this feeling even more. 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. The application provides an English user interface. More languages will be added in future updates.

Feature Overview:
* Read and manage RSS feeds
* Realistic rendering as a printed newspaper
* Auto-discovery of feed address, integrated feed browser to find feeds
* Small preview images in order to simplify navigation
* No Internet connection needed to read on the move

Device Requirements:
* Compatible with iPad
* Requires iPhone OS 3.2 or later
* 0.6 MB

Pricing and Availability:
Paper Pile 1.2.1 is priced at $2.99 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 May, 28th thru June 6th 2010.

Located in Berlin, Germany, Daniel Wetzel works as an IT trainer, consultant and developer. After creating several customer-specific applications, Paper Pile is his first iPhone OS app on his own initiative. 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.


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