QuikLink: Newspaper (QuickNews)
QuikLink: Newspaper (QuickNews)


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QuikLink: Newspaper (QuickNews)1.0

11 November 2008

Takes you to numerous news sites with iPhone friendly designs.


QuikLink News (QuickNews) is an application giving access to lots of newspapers in Canada, the United States, and England. Just tap on USA Today and Safari will open USA Today's iPhone Optimized website. Or tap the "Daily Mirror", "Calgary Sun", "Toronto Star", "New York Times", and much more. And an added bonus; For premier Newspapers, get an easy link to the Business and Politics sections as well.

How does QuickNews work? As soon as you open the application, the XML Parser gets a l ist of some of the top newspapers in North America, from a trusted Web server. If you don't have an Internet connection, or maintenance is being done on the server, it will automatically load the last known newspapers.


  • Updates the list of newspapers without having to wait for a software update; does it over-the-air
  • Fast Downloading: Over your WiFi, 3G, or EDGE network, you'll be able to access whatever you want, when you want it. In less then 10 seconds.*
  • High-Quality Newspapers: Although we are not affiliated with these newspapers, we are dedicated to bringing you the best quality newspapers there are. We appreciate feedback though; if you need any support, or would like your local newspaper to be listed, contact us at jamil.dhanani@gmail.com.
  • Landscape Orientation: Tilt your device sideways, and see what happens!

*With EDGE or slower Internet connections, the speed may be slower. But generally speaking, the average time is less then 5 seconds for downloading, and less than 1 second for parsing and loading

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