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Mobiles Republic Launches News Republic App 3.0 Optimized for iPad, Android and Windows 8 Tablets

News Republic App for Tablets and Smart phones Makes News Organizing, Personalization, Social Sharing A Snap

SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 27, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Mobiles Republic, a leading international developer of award-winning mobile applications for smart phones, today announced the release of its popular News Republic app version 3.0, a redesign optimized for an upgraded news viewing experience for tablets– iPad, Android and Windows 8. This is the first such app to release simultaneously a version for all three tablet operating systems. With News Republic 3.0, readers can quickly organize their personal home screen to emphasize their favorite news from top brand-name news outlets and enjoy an easeful viewing experience on smart phone or tablet.

"This launch of News Republic 3.0 is significant because we strive not only to constantly improve our app for our millions of smart phone users, but now we can also grow and expand the unique News Republic experience to those on Tablets across the world," said Gilles Raymond, Mobiles Republic Chief Executive Officer. "I am proud of our development team's stellar efforts to get our app optimized for three tablet operating systems, and of our media partners because with them we offer an extensive array of news sources through this single app -- a more convenient news finding and viewing experience for everyone on the go."

The attractive new look and layout features increased customization, where readers can design their personal home screen by  assigning different sizes and places to their selected news channels. Headlines now update immediately on-screen, giving a visual overview of what is personally important.  Readers can access any article through the all new magazine view, or via article lists, for quick news scanning that brings a much improved reading experience.

News Republic is a free app that delivers breaking global and regional news.  It delivers more than 10,000 full-length articles each day from leading news sources, and allows users to create customized news channels that filter this mass of information down to their selected topics of interest.  The app delivers complete articles -- not just RSS feeds -- which can easily be shared with friends via email, Twitter or Facebook. Readers can further research the stories that are most important to them by using the TagNav™ Cloud feature to bring up related articles. Real-time alert notifications keep users almost instantaneously in touch and up-to-speed when important news breaks on their favorite subjects.

Try News Republic now (its free and a snap!):

News Republic is available in eight global editions and five languages, including English, French, German, Italian and Spanish.

You can watch a demo of the new tablet UI in this video:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KFoHDkppOyY

About Mobiles Republic
Mobiles Republic, based in France with satellite offices in Germany, the UK and San Francisco, CA, was founded in 2008 and is focused on innovation and development of successful apps for the mobile market. Mobiles Republic has won prestigious awards for its app designs including the Sony Ericsson Content Award and The 100 Best Apps (by Challenges French Newspaper). Mobiles Republic has developed TagNav©, a semantic search and semantic targeting solution that powers its many apps including News Republic, Appy Geek, Appy Gamer, Sports Republic and Glam Life.   To learn more, follow Mobiles Republic on Twitter: @MobilesRep, or visit www.mobilesrepublic.com and see News Republic YouTube video.   

Mobiles Republic is media partner of the Mobile World Congress 2013.

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