NewsCopier for Palm and Symbian Devices -- Free RSS Newsreader That Puts the Latest Headlines, Weather, Sports, Business and Entertainment News Right in Your Hands

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MaximumSoft Corp. today announced the release of NewsCopier for Palm and Symbian devices. This free RSS newsreader puts the latest headlines, weather, sports, business and entertainment news right in a person's hands. It keeps people up-to-date on blogs, bargains, stocks and other news. NewsCopier is also available for Windows Mobile Pocket PCs, Smartphones, as well as BlackBerry devices.

MaximumSoft Corp. today announced the release of NewsCopier for Palm and Symbian devices.

This Free RSS newsreader puts the latest headlines, weather, sports, business, and entertainment news right in your hands. It keeps you up-to-date on blogs, bargains, stocks and other news.

You have instant access to the news you are interested in. The program can use your wireless connection, or update headlines when your device is connected to the Internet.

NewsCopier works on most Palm handhelds and smartphones, including latest devices, such as Treo 680 and 700p.

NewsCopier also supports majority of Symbian devices (S40, S60, S80, S90 and UIQ platforms), including Nokia E62 and N80, Sony Ericsson P990 and Motorola A1000.

The program works with variety of different feeds formats: RSS 1.0 (including RSS 0.9, 0.91, 0.92), RSS 2.0 and Atom. Users can select from a list of pre-build feeds or manually enter channel URL.

This NewsCopier edition is distributed as a freeware program.

NewsCopier is also available for Windows Mobile Pocket PCs, Smartphones, as well as BlackBerry devices.

MaximumSoft Corp., the developer of several award-winning products, including WebCopier suite of applications, is an offline Web browsing technology developer headquartered in Dublin, Ohio, U.S.A.

The company's products allow to download entire websites, store them locally and view them later, at users' convenience. WebCopier applications provide access to the downloaded information at any time, no matter where its users are, no Internet connection is required.

Individuals can use WebCopier to save complete copies of their favorite sites, magazines or stock quotes. Students can download enormous amounts of information from the Internet for later study. Teachers can download whole sites so their students can view them later offline.

Developers may use this tool to analyze web sites.

Companies can use WebCopier to transfer company's intranet contents to staff desktops and notebooks, create a copy of companies' online catalogs and brochures for sales personal, backup corporate web sites, print downloaded files.

Contact information:

MaximumSoft Corp.

http://www.maximumsoft.com

All product and company names mentioned herein may be trademarks of their respective owners.

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