A Page 3 girl widget for RSS feeds, launched by The Sun on Friday, has beaten previous download figures for Sun apps after only three days, the newspaper has said.
The Keeley Hazell application was built using Adobe Air – a new piece of technology, which allows one widget to be built that will be compatible with both PC and MAC systems.
According to the Sun, here’s what you have to look forward to:
Dressed in a stunning range of lingerie, Keeley will be at your beck and call 24/7 and comes armed with all the information you need, whether it’s celeb’s drunken antics, the latest football transfer news or the Page 3 girl of the day.
Don’t try and tell me that this isn’t compelling. Christian Bale could sell a lot of bat-news. And I think, maybe, there could be a non-sexy way to do this too. Who best personifies your RSS feed?
I wonder if I can get Leoben to pose for the Sixth W…