Campaign India Team
Nov 09, 2011

IBNLive.com launches new iPad app

The app aims to provide 360-degree news coverage on the iPad platform

IBNLive.com launches new iPad app

Web18’s news portal, IBNLive.com, has launched its latest app for the iPad. The IBNLive app, which is available as a free download on the iTunes store, aims to give the user instant access to the entire gamut of news from the world of politics, business, sports, entertainment and technology, on the iPad platform. This coverage is augmented with live TV, real-time coverage, blogs, photo galleries and videos on demand.

Commenting on the offering, Lakshmi Narasimhan, chief executive offering, Web18, said, “The response of the IBNLive mobile app across all smartphone platforms was incredible and now, we have just taken news consumption to a new level with the IBNLive app for the iPad. This has been vindicated by the fantastic reviews and the app reaching the top slot in the iTunes store within just a day of its launch.”

Arunava Sinha, head – IBNLive.com and Cricketnext.com, said, “The IBNLive iPad app was envisaged as a revolutionary offering to give our users the power to access News, on just a tap. An array of unique features like integrated newsreading, newswatching and newsviewing; Live TV; and Cricket scores; apart from a host of other exciting features makes sure that we keep people informed even while on the move.”
 

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