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If You’re App-y Now You’ll Know It With Our New iPhone Widget

New App available

Being pipped to the post by the cast of Sesame St is rarely a positive, but when it means's tech team has the time to develop an iPhone App as good as the one launched this week, then it's OK.

The extra time has allowed our Anglo-French team to put together a truly innovative mobile application capable of bringing subscribers the latest news stories and business-driven developments as soon as they are published.

With our new application – which can be downloaded here for free - Users have instant access to the latest articles and multimedia content and can follow breaking stories live and receive alerts in real time.

Our App also categorizes the news from our sites so users can keep up-to-date with the trends that are of most interest to them. The app also works when offline, allowing access to certain features even when you’re not connected to the Internet.

Users can still follow the news service in real time, classified by our usual topics for ease of use.

The platform also enables access to exclusive videos, podcasts and image galleries fully optimised for Apple devices. The new tech also allows users to bookmark their favourite articles and share views in real time with our newsroom. 

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