The Very Best of ABC News on Your iPhone


Exclusive features. Access to breaking live video. Local news when you need it most. And above all, the time-honored journalism of ABC News. They all come together in the ABC News iPhone app.

iPhone users now have full and instant access to the global resources of ABC News, presented in an elegant, user-friendly interface that leverages all of the power of your iPhone. Special features include:

Top news headlines that constantly update, including the option to save stories for reading later, whether you're online or not. In addition, the user-friendly "Pull Down to Refresh" function works throughout the app, making the experience intuitive and seamless

It's built for social media from the ground up, completely integrated with Facebook and Twitter, among others

All of your favorite ABC News programs, including "Good Morning America," "World News With Diane Sawyer," "Nightline," "20/20," and "This Week"

The very best of ABC News' vast video offerings including our latest news briefs and breaking live video so you are never out of the loop

Substantial local offerings give you access to ABC News' network of affiliates. Pick the cities whose news you want to see, hide the ones you don't

The ABC News iPhone application puts the power of ABC News right in your pocket. Download it today!

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


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