Newsy.com Releases Application for Android-Enabled Devices

March 1, 2010

Multi-source video news analysis app available to download for free from the Android Market


Columbia, MO (PRWEB) March 1, 2010 -- The Newsy Android App is now available to download from the Android Market, offering users easy mobile access to Newsy.com's unique multi-source news videos on Android-enabled devices.

The free application's simple, clear interface is easy to use - users can watch the latest Newsy.com multi-source news videos with just one touch. Updated instantaneously with the website, the application allows users to browse videos with the interactive slideshow or search specifically with keywords.

Newsy.com is the only multi-source, multi-platform video news service producing daily videos that analyzes the differences in how a story is being reported by various news organizations.

"Since the release of our iPhone app last year, we recognize the mobile demand for quickly digestible video news," said Jim Spencer, president of Newsy.com. "With the launch of the Newsy Android App, we're now able to bring that superior experience to a much wider audience."

The Newsy application allows users to share videos via Twitter, Facebook and email as well as read and post comments - which are immediately synced with the website. It also features a 'Sources' button that enables easy access to the specific news stories analyzed in a Newsy video.

Android, an open-source mobile operating system, has emerged as a strong competitor in the mobile space. Committed to leading the mobile video news market, Newsy.com developed its app for Android-enabled devices and currently is developing for other mobile platforms.


About Newsy.com
Newsy.com (http://www.newsy.com) is a multi-source online video news service that analyzes the world's news coverage. Through short videos available on the web and mobile devices, Newsy.com accelerates the understanding of how a news story is being covered differently by media outlets around the world. In 2 to 3 minutes, users understand the nuances in coverage - offering context with convenience.