Solar News app: News you can use on the move - Solar News

Solar News app: News you can use on the move

Solar News Channel launches its new mobile news app, providing users with up-to-date news and videos in real time. The Solar News mobile app brings you news you can use right at your fingertips.

True to its mission of informing and inspiring Filipinos nationwide, Solar News Channel fulfills its goal to be accessible on multiple screens – on air through cable and free TV, online through its website, and now on mobile with this free app.

Based on the TNS Mobile Life 2013 Study, consumers put a premium on relevance, convenience, experience, independence, and reassurance in their mobile life engagements. The Solar News Channel designers considered these key pointers in developing the usage and content for the app.

More and more people are concerned with the many developing news stories that affect their everyday decisions and activities. Crucial to the mobile market is to get relevant and useful news and information right away.

The Solar News app gives users access to live streaming, catch-up episodes, in- depth reports, and news as they happen. Its user-friendly interface makes navigation intuitive, plus there is an option for users to toggle between bigger and smaller fonts for easy reading.

Sharing of news stories and videos via social media can be done seamlessly through the app. Users can also bookmark articles and

videos that they wish to read or watch later, or refer to in the future.

Viewers can also check the Solar News Channel program schedule, as well as read and share Tweets from the Solar News and Solar Sports Desk within the app.

The Solar News app for iPhone and Android is now available for free download on Google Play and the iTunes App Store:

Get it on Google Play

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