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Tuesday, March 23, 2010

iPhone App FeedLine Supports Google Buzz ("iPhone Repair", "David Lim", Auckland"

The FeedLine 1.3 update is the first iPhone application to hit the App Store that supports Google Buzz public feeds. The app is primarily an RSS reader and goes for $0.99.

FeedLine does not require a Google Reader account, and supports RSS, Atom, and Google Buzz formats. Real-time news alerts can also be configured for specific terms and delivered using FeedLine.Google Buzz was recently announced and allows Google users to share photos, videos, and conversations in a social networking application similar to Twitter or Facebook. The Google Buzz stream is updated in real time and can import content from Twitter, Picasa, Flickr, or Google Reader.



A podcast client is included so users can listen to the latest radio programs using FeedLine. The application, developed by Kapil Bhatia, requires iPhone OS 3.0 or later.


Features include:
- Easily subscribe to feeds by searching the available feeds on the web
- Subscribe to feeds by specifying feed URL
- Supports offline reading of downloaded news items
- Ability to "Like" an item
- Ability to mark a news item read
- Mark all items read for a selected feed
- Mark all items read for all feeds
Real time news alert features include:
- Create a custom news stream by specifying your topic- Ability to "Like" an item
- Ability to mark an item read
- Mark all items read for a selected news topic
- Mark all items read for all news topics
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We specialise in the mobile phone repair, UK cell phone network unlocking and Apple iPhone repair in North Shore, Auckland; Wellington, Hamilton and Christchurch, New Zealand.
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Could it be that Apple plans to reveal iPhone OS 4.0 as early as March 14th? Multiple sources have received anonymous tips pointing towards a demo of the new OS by Apple next month. This date roughly coincides with the first iPad ship date, and has led to speculation that iPhone OS 4.0 may ship on the new device.
Apple has typically announced updates to its iPhone hardware in June. This year should be no different and the company is expected to reveal its fourth-generation iPhone on schedule. What has thrown industry watchers off track is that the iPad was announced in January running iPhone OS 3.2. This operating system is not yet available on the iPhone.
The 4.0 update is expected to be available only on 3G and 3GS iPhone models. Features will include a refreshed user interface with additional navigation features making the iPhone feel more like a computer. Improved syncing for contacts and calendar applications and more multi-touch functionality throughout the entire OS is expected.

An Apple patent has also been discovered, which if implemented in iPhone OS 4.0 would allow users to place icons for contacts directly on the home screen.

iPhone OS 4.0 has already been spotted in access logs in California, suggesting that the operating system and 4G iPhone hardware is already out in the field for testing. Unfortunately, March 14th is a Sunday this year, so we're not holding our breath for an iPhone OS demo quite yet. BDV-828764-BDV

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