ABC News Launches Android App, Latest Mobile Offering

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GET ABC NEWS' LATEST FREE ANDROID APP HERE

Introducing the ABC News for Android application—extending the unparalleled journalism and resources of ABC News to an exciting new platform and furthering the company's commitment to present "your world, in your hands."

Now Android users have complete access to the award-winning journalism of ABCNews.com, including rich content from "Good Morning America," "World News With Diane Sawyer," "Nightline," "20/20," and "This Week."

The ABC News for Android app builds upon the already-proven feature set and value added user interface of the ABC News iPhone and iPad apps. Some of the exciting new interactive features include:

Timely and frequent live video—watch the news as it unfolds from wherever you are with previously unseen speed and quality

The ability to save stories and content to "My Favorites" for consumption later, whether you are online or not

Enhanced local news integration, leveraging the resources of ABC News' vast network of affiliates—choose to consume the content of one local affiliate or all of them

Exciting social media tools completely integrated with Facebook and Twitter

All of this is delivered through an intuitive, easy-to-use user interface custom-built for the powerful Android platform—the fastest-growing mobile device software in the world.

The ABC News for Android application puts the time-honored journalism and unprecedented global resources of ABC News in your pocket. Download it today!

ABC News applications are also available for the iPad, iPhone, and other mobile platforms

GET ABC NEWS' LATEST FREE ANDROID APP HERE

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