I now read at least 95% of my news and blog updates on my iPhone, and most of those updates come through Google Reader. MobileRSS, also available as a $3 paid app without advertising, supports all the functionality of Google Reader and does many of those things even better than the official mobile web application version, like changing categories for different subscribed feeds. If you use Google Reader and have an iPhone or iPod Touch, give MobileRSS a try. I’m loving it.
All our family’s iPhone and iPod Touch applications are listed on my iPhone apps Google sites page / wiki page, updated as of 28 December 2009.
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