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USA TODAY Launches Windows-Based Slate App

January 6, 2011

MCLEAN, Va., Jan. 6, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — USA TODAY, the nation’s top-selling print newspaper, today announced the USA TODAY App for Windows-based slate PCs is now available.

The USA TODAY App for slate features the signature look and design that readers have come to trust from USA TODAY providing them with eye catching photos and graphics while delivering the latest award-winning USA TODAY content in a convenient interactive package. The USA TODAY slate application has all the latest news, sports scores, weather, stock quotes and photos available.

“We’re excited to announce our latest application for tablet and slate devices. USA TODAY remains committed to launching new products so our readers can receive their news in any platform they choose,” said Steve Kurtz, vice president of digital development of USA TODAY.

The App was developed in cooperation with Cynergy Systems, a leading software product concept, design and development agency, in Washington, D.C.

USA TODAY is now available on major platforms and devices including iPhone, Android, iPad, Google TV, the Chrome Web Store and Windows-based slate PCs.

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 more than 1.8 million daily, and USATODAY.com, an award-winning newspaper website launched in 1995, reach a combined 5.9 million readers daily. USA TODAY is a leader in mobile applications with more than seven 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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