Using Viigo, mobile users no longer have to go through their Web browser to read blogs. Instead, they download Viigo and the blogosphere comes to you – much just like the RSS reader on your personal computer.
â€œb5media is passionate about enabling the right people to find the right content on the right device, which is why weâ€™re so excited about this partnership with Virtual Reach,â€ said Jeremy Wright, b5mediaâ€™s chief executive officer. [PRESS RELEASE]
I’m a bit hesitant to use it as I’m being charged 0.25 cents per kilobyte. I’m using the SMART network but since I’m on their BlackBerry plans, the rates are shifted to the “per cent” charging instead of the P10.00 per 30 minutes. The feed reader is very easy to navigate through as it lists channels and the number of feed items that have been updated. It’s that simple. I like the way the reader prominently puts the b5media logo on top. It’s the whole branding thing.