News Republic app is available in Germany

The free news app NEWS REPUBLIC is set to enter the
German market after its success story in the U.S. and other European countries.

is available on iPhone, iPad, Android phones and tablets but also
Blackberry, Nokia and others, allowing all users to access their favourite
personalised news app on their portable device. Leading news agencies like
Reuters, DPA and AFP but also blogs like Gizmodo deliver state-of-the-art news
right to your fingertips.

Choose your favourite topics and build your personal
channels with no limitations. Interested in the hottest news from the Berlin
capital? Just enter Berlin” and the news is being delivered immediately to
your app.

The tech savvy will read up-to-the-minute info about
video games, smart phones, software or hardware, but also the reader with
interest in the rich and famous will not miss out. The TagNav system supports
reader orientation by highlighting keywords and streamlines the flow of

The app filters hundreds of media outlets for
individually relevant information and brings a 360-degree perspective on each
and every topic. NEWS REPUBLIC will also list related topics in a tag cloud for
further reading. News or articles can be shared immediately via email, Facebook
and Twitter within a click.

The frequency and sheer amount of news has continually
grown within the past years. It has become harder and harder to enjoy news
without having to select from a gigantic mass of news in advance. NEWS REPUBLIC
offers a completely innovative news experience that allows users to get only
the news they are interested in. The compatibility with all devices provides
instant access to all news, to all users, everywhere at any time,” said Stefan
Lange, regional director of Mobiles Republic.


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