USA TODAY Unveils New App for iPhone and iPod Touch
MCLEAN, Va., March 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — USA TODAY, a multi-platform news and information company, announced today its new app for iPhone and iPod touch is now available in the App Store. The all-new USA TODAY App includes a new user experience including simplified navigation with easier and faster access to your favorite features.
The USA TODAY App now features new photo galleries, larger photos, more video in articles and optimized sports scores with more game results and schedules for each league. The app also has performance improvements, pinch and zoom weather mapping and a detailed forecast page with support for up to ten locations. For the visually impaired, there is now support throughout the app for VoiceOver, an accessibility feature on iPhones.
“The USA TODAY mobile team developed and designed this new app to provide our customers with optimal connectivity and news reading throughout the day. Our customers use the USA TODAY App on iPhone and iPod touch to provide a bridge between work, home and travel. We listen to what our customers want and we’re committed to developing the best news and information apps on the market,” said Dave Hunke, president and publisher of USA TODAY.
USA TODAY is a multi-platform news and information media company. Founded in 1982, USA TODAY’s mission is to serve as a forum for better understanding and unity to help make the USA truly one nation. Today, through its newspaper, website and mobile platforms, USA TODAY connects readers and engages the national conversation. USA TODAY, the nation’s number one newspaper in print circulation with an average of nearly 1.8 million daily, and USATODAY.com, an award-winning newspaper website launched in 1995, reach a combined 5.4 million readers daily. USA TODAY is a leader in mobile applications with more than ten million downloads on mobile devices. The USA TODAY brand also includes USA TODAY Education and USA TODAY Sports Weekly. USA TODAY is owned by Gannett Co., Inc. (NYSE: GCI).
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