Postmedia Network Launches Android-Based News Apps
As Postmedia Network continues to expand their mobile offering, the media publication recently launched Android-based apps for its series of newspapers that will deliver local, national and international news. According to The Nielsen Company, Android currently commands 38% market share in North America and is expected to continue to grow to 50% by 2012, based on stats from March 2011.
The ten Postmedia Network newspapers launching Android apps are: The Vancouver Sun, the Times Colonist (Victoria), The Province (Vancouver), the Calgary Herald, the Edmonton Journal, the Leader-Post (Regina), The StarPhoenix (Saskatoon), the Ottawa Citizen, The Windsor Star and The Gazette (Montreal).
Postmedia Network already has apps for other devices such as Apple iPhone, iPad, Blackberry Smartphone and Playbook.
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