The Presidential Elections in United States generates more buzz than any other elections. Keeping this in mind the New York Times has announced the launch of its Elections 2012 Android app to provide an essential destination to get comprehensive coverage as well as live election results on-the-go to those who are following the presidential campaign.
“Now political junkies can take advantage of our one-stop shop for campaign news and analysis no matter what smartphone they use,” said Fiona Spruill, editor, emerging platforms, The New York Times. “With the new Election 2012 Android app, we’re now offering live election results and maps across five different mobile apps and our mobile Web site. It’s another example of how we’re extending our tradition of digital innovation to the mobile world.”
The New York Times Election 2012 App offer features including:
- Live results on primary and election nights
- County-by-county maps for every primary and caucus
- Voting projections from Nate Silver’s FiveThirtyEight blog
- A delegate tracker for the Republican nomination
- Enhanced live blogging, with up-to-the-minute analysis during debates and primary nights
- Tip sheets of must-read articles curated by political experts from battleground states
- Content from The Caucus and FiveThirtyEight blogs
- Campaign-related columns, Op-Eds and editorials from the Opinion section
- Personalized to highlight new content since the user’s last visit
- Election Guide, a dynamic collection of campaign data compiled by The Times
By downloading this app the user will get access to the app’s top six stories. The New York Times digital subscribers will get an unlimited access to the app with their subscription plans.
Moreover the reader who don’t have an Android smartphone can also gain access to these features by simply visiting mobile.nytimes.com/2012.
Source : Yahoo