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What I need is simple:

An app, that allows me to track all my questions easily. I find it very hard to keep track of answers at stack overflow, because I am forced to look at my list of questions over and over again just to see if there are new answers for me.

But what I want is an app that notifies me (maybe push notification) about a new answer to an question.

Maybe someone already developed a solution for this?

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closed as off topic by Gnoupi, ChrisF, alex, George Stocker, jjnguy Jun 11 '10 at 13:27

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all your app are belong to us: – balpha Jun 11 '10 at 11:00
I'm starting to get allergic reactions to "there is an app for that" references. Strange. – Gnoupi Jun 11 '10 at 11:03
Why's that strange? It's a totally normal question, and it wasn't "there is an app for that" but "is there an app for that??". Totally different. – openfrog Jun 14 '10 at 10:05
You might try StackApplet. – uɐɯsO uɐɥʇɐN Sep 29 '11 at 7:00

Each question has an RSS feed. Scroll all the way to the bottom right, just above the footer and you'll see the icon. Each user also has a feed, so you could track all of your activity in an RSS reader with just one subscription.

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