Check out FeedReader, it’s a desktop RSS Reader for your mobile device…I know some of the web-based RSS Readers have a mobile version, but this is different as you download the RSS Reader onto your mobile.
All you have to do is connect your mobile to the net, update the feeds, then read offline…this is handy as mobile internet is expensive.
I wonder if you can hook up your mobile to your PC’s internet connection to update your feeds, this way your mobile doesn’t have to connect to the web directly…is this possible.
Or could you synch a PC desktop version to your mobile desktop version…this way your mobile doesn’t need to connect to the net.
By the way, this doesn’t just read feeds, it reads and plays enclosures (podcasts) and also videocasts…powerful tool in your pocket.
Another idea was the notion of textcasting, this way you don’t need an RSS Reader, all you need is some type of mobile reader (iPod has one by default)…but then every feed you subscribe to would need to have a textcast version of their feed…simple…lots of people use Feedburner…if they support it, then we’re happy.
Just save this from your PC to your mobile to read offline…this means your mobile would need to have a PDF reader installed.
More on FeederReader.