jig.jp co.,ltd. are a Japanese company established in May 28, 2003 and founded by Taisuke Fukuno. The Tokyo based firm claim to be the first to create a Java-based browser making it possible to view standard PC web-sites on mobile phones. Indeed, the jig browser has had over 4 million downloads. Impressive in its own right, these statistics do nothing if not remind us that there is a whole mobile community outside of Europe and North America.

jig.jp have now released an Android application that combined RSS feeds, social networking and web-browsing all into one neat little application. In their own words:

SPIDERSS combines a powerful RSS reader with a browser, making it fast and easy to access your favorite news and updates from your Social Networks, all in one place. With the Application deck, SPIDERSS receives all the usual RSS feeds plus the updates from the major Social Network websites.

There have been a number of complaints regarding the browser and its ease of use. However, the application is still in beta and according to company sources, there will be a number of updates address the communities concerns. A WinMo version is set for release sometime in the ‘near future’. You might as well try the application out because it is free; if you don’t like it, delete it with no harm done!  Check out a gallery and two videos after the jump.

[Via Techcrunch]

James Tromans
Contributing editor of AndroidAuthority.com, based in the U.K.