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Byline 2.0 adds notes, web browser, new interface

updated 02:50 pm EDT, Thu October 16, 2008

Byline 2.0 for iPhone/iPod

Phantom Fish has released Byline 2.0 for the iPhone and iPod touch, adding a new interface, notes creation and more. The RSS newsreader, which supports offline browsing, works with Google Reader to gather and sync news content. The new interface allows users to star, share and create notes from news stories. A new web browser allows users to navigate the web within the app, and supports embedded images which can be viewed online and offline.

Byline can also e-mail web links and content from the new notes feature. The app is $4 on the App Store for a limited time, as Phantom Fish says it will soon switch to a normal price of $10.












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  1. coldfusion1970

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Fantastic app

    This is my most used app on both my touch on iPhone.

    Its great being to sync webpages by downloading them, which means you can read them on the touch when you dont have any internet connection.

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