Saturday, August 21, 2010
iPad Application for Newsday
Long Island information is now available to you 24/7 with its new iPad application. For a limited time, users can get access to subscriber-only content and receive up-to-the minute breaking news, entertainment and much more.
Released on August 13th, this iPad application integrates video, offers weather and traffic alerts plus you can actually watch long island’s traffic cameras to assist as you navigate your morning and evening commutes. Developers of this application created a feature where the user can customize news stories by simply entering their zip code.
As of June 2010, there are more than 225,000 third-party applications available for both the iPhone and iPad. Many of these apps replace the need for users to turn on their computers and login into sites such as Newsday.com in order to retrieve up-to-date information. News coverage is right in the palm of your hand. With the click of a single button, users have access to local news on the go. The new application for Newsday has a feature that allows its viewers to share late-breaking news on social networking sites. Within seconds, news stories can be shared on facebook and retweeted to followers on twitter. This is valuable to Newsday because they no longer have to solely rely on their efforts to spread the news, their committed readers are now able to share breaking stories, weather alerts and more to thousands instantly.
This application is available for free on iTunes and is compatible with the iPad and iPod Touch. For iPhone users, it requires the 0S3.2 version or later.. Therefore, if you don’t have time to login to your computer before work or school but want to be kept abreast of the latest news, weather and traffic information, this iPad application just might be for you. Photo courtesy of iTunes.