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Flud News Reader Comes to iPhone, Features Technabob

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If you recall, I was pretty enamored of FLUD news reader for the iPad, and I’m happy to say the app is now available in a version for the iPhone as well.

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The new version of the app provides many of the same conveniences, aggregating stories from top websites, and providing a slick, iPhone-friendly UI for browsing news. The iPhone version of FLUD pulls in stories from up to 25 RSS feeds, displaying recent stories in a convenient aggregate home view. Then, with a simple swipe from right-to-left, you can see dedicated landing pages for your selected sites. As you skim stories, you can quickly and easily favorite or share posts, and also toggle between the simple RSS mobile version of the site and the web version.

Here’s a quick demo video showing off FLUD for iPhone v1.0:

The guys at FLUD have also been kind enough to feature our humble little site as one of the easily-selected defaults in the app. How nice of them. Just look for Technabob in the Featured section under “Technology”, and then move us to the top of the list under “My Feeds”. Actually, you don’t need to do that part, but it’d put a smile on my face if you did.

Best part, is that FLUD is free. You can grab a copy now over at the App Store (opens iTunes), or get more info over at FLUD’s website.



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