DoApp has launched its Mobile Local News publishing platform on the Windows Phone 7. The release includes over 200 local news apps for the Windows smartphone platform.
App developer DoApp has released its Mobile Local News publishing platform on the Windows Phone 7, the company announced late last week.
The initial release includes over 200 Mobile Local News apps for the new Windows smart phone platform.
“Partnering with Microsoft to bring news from TV stations and newspapers across the country to the Windows mobile platform is a huge boost for additional revenue for these properties,” DoApp CEO Wade Beavers said in a release. “The new metro style is a clean news reading experience with some really cool features. We designed it with the new phone platform in mind.
“We know that Microsoft is investing a lot in mobile because consumer growth in mobile is outpacing all previous technology booms,” Beavers added.
DoApp’s Mobile Local News platform gives TV news, newspapers, online publications and radio stations the ability to deliver their content via smart phones like Windows Phone 7 and other mobile devices such as the Apple iPad. Mobile Local News is the most popular platform for mobile news delivery with over 260 apps for local media outlets across the United States.
Mobile Local News integrates into a publication’s existing Web content delivery infrastructure. Publications can get up and running quickly with their own, branded mobile app. A Mobile Local News app can be ready within 30 days.
DoApp’s Mobile Local News is the platform of choice for many leading national media companies. Mobile Local News’ first app debuted in April, 2009.