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article imageOp-Ed: Campaign 2012 mobile news app is state-of-the-art Special

By Anthony Carranza     Dec 15, 2011 in Technology
The Campaign 2012 News App became available Via DoApp’s Mobile Local News Platform and includes comprehensive information for the much-anticipated US elections.
DoApp Inc the web innovation and mobile development company for consumer and business applications, based out of Minnesota with offices in Rochester and Minneapolis, released two days ago their much anticipated Campaign 2012 news app. It can be downloaded on Android, Blackberry, Windows Phone and Apple’s iPhone.
Through their Mobile Local News (MLN) publishing platform, Campaign 2012 is a news app equipped and combined with up-to-date election news along with analysis from numerous sources into one destination. In addition, it’s a free download and subscription-free.
“The Campaign 2012 app is the only app you will need for continuously updated election news, information and analysis,” stated DoApp. “We have combined leading election news sources that deliver up-to-the minute campaign coverage with no subscription fees."
DoApp is a mobile development company.
DoApp is a mobile development company.
Doapp, Inc.
With their MLN publishing platform becoming the forefront medium for local news outlets to distribute their own content, DoApp in Aug. announced their platform for local newspapers and TV stations was adopted onto the iPad. It’s expected to release an iPad version of Campaign 2012 in late January of next year.
Campaign 2012 brings together election news and analysis from different political websites. Coupled with lots of information the app includes candidate biographies, election 2012 details, recent election polls and much more. To top it off, comes with social media networking compatibility to share content on Facebook and Twitter along with email and text capabilities. DoApp’s MLN platform is used by a variety of news agencies nationwide and has over 400 apps accounted for.
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