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The Register Mobile edition has gone live, following tests involving 1,600 readers. Thanks to everyone for the feedback - we'll implement many of your suggestions in coming weeks.

The Register Mobile is a live service, rather than a daily download. This ensures that you’re kept up to date with the latest news as it breaks. The service costs £9.99 a year or £2.99 a month and is available to anyone who has a mobile device which will connect to the Internet. And everyone's entitled to a two-week free trial.

There are some whizzy features too. The Register Mobile is a smart environment which delivers our content through a personalisation engine. So you choose what’s most important to you and we make sure you you get that the content first.

You set up a profile on The Register Mobile when you register - which you can modify at any time. Over time, the system adapts to understand more about your news priorities, making sure you get what you want when you need it.

Soon, we’ll add email functionality to the service - whereby you can integrate your mail with your news delivery and still benefit from the personalisation services. And, depending on demand, we may bring out a daily download version for the Symbian OS.

Keep the feedback rolling in and we’ll keep adding the features.

Sign-up details are here. ®

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