Happily, the developer has written most of the write-up for me, so I'll hand over to Sebastian:
In F1uptodate 2.2 Build 436 you should directly notice a slightly different menu because of the News icon. Behind it you will find the possibility to finally display news about Formula 1 in the app as it was wished by some people. Since the app is multilingual, it was the easiest way to let every user select which news page he wants to use in the app. The only requirement is that this site offers an RSS feed.
In addition, there is a mini browser activated in the default settings, with which the news can be read directly in the app, specifically formatted thanks to readability.com. Optionally, the messages can be opened directly in the default browser of your smartphone.
The second major innovation is the landscape mode. This was actually quite casually, as the intention of the UI adaptation was a support for the Nokia E6. Since landscape on “normal” Symbian devices and the E6 have a similar resolution, this step was fairly simple. It should be added that the font sizes do not necessarily look perfect on the E6 because it’s hard to optimize it without a real device.
Calendar and results were mixed together to the “Races” icon to leave space for the news icon. Besides some fixed bugs and optimizations, the app is now also available in Dutch, and there were a few updates to the driver data as the new Twitter account of Adrian Sutil.
Great stuff and I can verify that F1uptodate does indeed work on the editorial Nokia E6: