February 20th, 2008
FreeRange WebReader garners Chicago Tribune ink, affection
Maybe “featured” isn’t the right word. Perhaps “loved” is more appropriate, considering:
And one of the better tools I’ve seen for doing so — for taking even a mediocre Internet service like my BlackBerry using T-Mobile’s Edge network and making it pop — is the FreeRange WebReader.
And that’s not all the reporter has to say. To read more nice things about the FreeRange product, see “Getting the most out of your hand-held.”
FreeRange Communications was created to develop innovative products that tap into the continued convergence of computers, the internet and mobile phones. Founded in 2004, our first products are business-focused applications that bring fast and affordable information access to your mobile device.
For more on FreeRange and its mobile products, visit FreeRange.