Jeremy Zilar is the Content Strategist and Blog Specialist at The New York Times where he has overseen the launch of over 200+ blogs and real-time news publishing.
So I have been looking for the best way to keep up with my feeds while on my iPhone, and recently, I have come across 2 really interesting ways to go about this.
Google Reader now functions a lot better on the iPhone thanks in part to some key modifications by Dolapo Falola over at Google Labs. The reality is that I need my feeds the most when I am on the subway or in places with little internet connection. I am hoping that I can download at least a few posts before getting on the subway using this method.
iPhonify – David Cann’s Google Reader iPhone Skin. I am interested to see how this compares to what Dolapo Falola has cooked up. The only way it could improve upon the first is if it has a faster response time and takes up less memory.
What would be ideal is to have a feed reader application on the iPhone that will download all of my feeds, allowing me to read them at my leisure, regardless of a wireless/cell connection. In the meantime, I will have to take what I can get.