The Telegraph is about to release a new application for both iPhones and Android run gadgets. One of the main features will be highlights from the Premier League as well as ESPN updates.
The new app is promising a lot of award winning journalism that will enable readers to access their news and other special updates that they would like to know. The Telegraph app will feature breaking news, financial news that is up to date, as well as photos and videos that will provide a better picture of what is happening all over the world.
There will also be up to date scores of the football matches, results, tables, and well as other fixtures will also be in the Telegraph app. Those who will subscribe to this app from the United Kingdom will also have a way to access Premier League highlights from the premier sports channel ESPN. Users can also watch the goals in real time as well as watch the highlights that made the game so memorable and action packed.
With the new app from the Telegraph, users can also have their way on creating the look for their home screen. They can choose to have their favourite topics on their home screen, share the news articles to their other friends using social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter, as well as download news articles so that they can read those even when they are not connected to the internet.
Those who have subscription to Telegraph print and those with iPads will enjoy the Telegraph app free of charge.
The official release date for the new app from Telegraph is not set yet at the moment but announcements will be made soon so that the public will know.
According to Edward Roussel who is the executive editor for digital work from the Telegraph Media Group, “The launch of these two new apps is a significant step forward in our strategy of delivering our award-winning journalism on all the key digital devices. The apps have been designed to also give readers attractive new features including Premier League video and stats, a customisable homepage and offline reading at the touch of a fingertip.”
Those who will subscribe to this app will be given a free trial period lasting for thirty days and then after that, there will be a monthly charge.
The app will be available for iPhone users through iTunes.
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