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Released: 2009-10-21Filed under: News, Press Releases

Gravity, the Twitter client for the S60 platform, now supports reading RSS news feeds via Google Reader. With this new feature, you can keep up with the latest news in your Google Reader feeds while following your Twitter and Facebook friends - all from one application with a gorgeous looking user interface.

Gravity Google Reader running on a Nokia E52 showing all posts Gravity Google Reader running on a Nokia E52 reading an article

The News Reader in Gravity supports all the features you’d need: showing posts sorted into folders, reading a post, adding/removing a star, sharing/unsharing a post via Google Reader, searching all your posts stored in Google Reader and of course tweeting about a post with automatic URL shortening.

The dashboard for Google Reader conveniently shows all of your folders and displays the locally unread posts along with the unread posts in your Google Reader account. You can easily “Catch Up!” to read all your unread posts one after another.

Dashboard of Gravity Google Reader running on a Nokia E72 Gravity Google Reader on Nokia N97

The Google Reader feature in Gravity supports ZLIB compression to highly reduce the traffic (~ 70%) and of course offers two-way synchronization of your read/unread, starred and shared posts.

The latest version of Gravity with the Google Reader feature can be downloaded from at:

For more information about Gravity please visit or contact Jan Ole Suhr <>.