I love and use Egress all the time for catching up on Blogs on my Pocket PC, I just sink up over my wireless network at home and then read when I've got a moment spare.

Today I spotted Mike Hall's blog item about Podcasting on your Pocket PC and FeederReader which looks well cool and a great implementation and was starting to feel more than just a little envious:-(

Well I spotted that there is an update to Egress that now also support Pobcasting and something to try out over the weekend - phew, well done guys:-)

So now there are at least two Pocket PC RSS Readers that support Podcasting, check them both out - awesome!!

PS, At the risk of "egg sucking" if you are not that sure what a Podcast (or Blogcast or Videocast) is then check out http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Podcast, but putting it real simple it's just a downloadable MP3, WMA or WMV file with captured audio and or video which will hopefully entertain and info you and often published via RSS.

Egress features whipped off Pocketgear include:-

Application Description
Now an RSS/RDF feed reader for the PocketPC with the features you've been looking for:

* Supports RSS (.09, .91, .92 and 2.0), RDF (1.0), and ATOM (0.3)
* Supports landscape orientation using PocketPC 2003SE
* Integrates with Today
* Support for Bloglines synchronized channels - NEW in 2.1
* Caches and displays inline images
* Add new channel wizard - NEW in 2.0
* Can cache web pages for later display using PocketIE - NEW in 2.0
* Can download enclosures (Podcasting support) - NEW in 2.0
* Configurable item sort - NEW in 2.0
* Background download of feeds
* Supports HTTP proxies
* Configurable item retention (configurable by channel - NEW in 2.0)
* Configurable news feed storage location
* Configurable fonts and colors
* Supports alternate web browsers
* Supports Radio Userland style automatic subscription (Web page coffee mug icon)