CNN App Now Available Globally For Free On Android Market

By April 19th, 2011 AT 10:46 AM

CNN App Now Available Globally For Free On Android MarketCNN today announced that the CNN App for Android Phones will be available globally for free on Android Market.

The CNN App combines intuitive navigation with an immersive news experience, giving users direct access to CNN’s global resources – from live field reporting to user-generated content and a variety of enterprise interviews and podcasts.

Available on Android powered phones running on platforms 2.1 and above, the CNN App showcases news of the day through text, audio and photos, live and on-demand video, and a direct gateway to CNN iReport, the network’s participatory news community.

By clicking on the menu button, users can seamlessly toggle between U.S. and International editions, each of which includes all of the features of the CNN App.

The CNN App features push-notification breaking news alerts, and a widget that allows a user to view the latest headlines from a variety of categories directly from the phone’s home screen, without even opening the app.

The CNN App for Android Phones is available for free on Android Market. For more information about the CNN App for Android, go to www.cnn.com/android.

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