Last Updated: Aug 21, 2011
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Newsbin and Newsleecher are on the cutting edge of technology keeping their Usenet clients relevant by creating a client that will be compatible with the iPhone, iPad, and even the Android. You can now download a Splashtop app to access Newsbin Pro and Newsleecher so that you can get to your Usenet account directly from your mobile device.
You can now experiment with both the Newsbin and the Newsleecher via the Splashtop app, and it makes it very easy to control your newsreader remotely. You can use your iPad or iPhone to connect directly to your desktop so that you can enjoy the great graphics and response times offered by this app and the newsreaders.
The Splashtop app can cost you anywhere from $0.99 for an iPhone or iPod touch to $6.99 for your Android device in HD. You can also find the Splashtop app for your iPad for just $1.99 so that you can gain access to your favorite newsreaders on the go.
Before the launch of Splashtop, no one was able to access Newsleecher or Newsbin Pro from their mobile device, so the apps are really exciting to use and explore. The Usenet experience is becoming more enjoyable by the minute as more technology helps support newsreaders like Newsleecher and Newsbin Pro. These newsreaders are a great way to stay connected and access a Usenet client with ease, and you can now keep track of your files and newsreader activity from anywhere you want to.
Splashtop currently supports 30 frames per second (FPS), and the latency time is about .2 seconds. The speed is good, the graphics are great, and being able to access all newsreader files from a mobile is a great new add on for the Newsbin and Newsleecher Usenet clients. Check it out and see what you think!