Viigo Video Transcript
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>> Hi, this is Jessica from CNET download.com.
>> And today, I'm taking a first look at Viigo for Blackberry. Viigo is a pretty, slick, looking RSS reader that may make you want to replace your other mobile feed reader. Viigo comes pre-equipped with a long list of news channels, which are extremely simple to access. Click the article from a list of headlines to see the vitals [assumed spelling] and a blurb [assumed spelling]. And then click into the contacts [assumed spelling] menu to decide how you want to read the rest of the article. You can view info, email it to yourself or to a friend. Click to read the full article, open the article in your browser, or even post it to delicious [assumed spelling]. Like email messages, you can save or delete headlines and mark them unread. Another, really neat feature is being able to add your own channel. You would expect something like that from a feed reader, but you might not always get Viigo's extensive library for selecting popular feeds by topic. If you don't see what you're looking for, you can still add your own, even then you have choices, so many choices. You can add a feed from Google Reader, from a Webpage, or even track a search term, and the list goes on. Here's one final feature for your edification [assumed spelling], channel alert. You can set an alarm to go off when a new item updates in your selected channel, it's that easy. And if you change your mind, you can clear it with a click. Despite all the information and the options, Viigo is extremely easy to navigate using just three keys. The contact's soft key, the Pearl selector, and the back arrow. It's a great freebie, and it's available on CNET download.com.
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