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The Washington Post announced on Monday the launch of a new iPad app dedicated solely to political coverage.
“The app offers a visually rich and engaging new way to following the 2012 presidential election campaign, with the latest breaking news and images, most informed analysis and deepest polling data, a constantly updated library of TV ads, and an incredible range of historical data, dating all the way back to the first U.S. presidential election,” said Marcus Brauchli in a post on the Washington Post’s website.
The app is available for free in the iTunes store.

producermatthew:

The Washington Post announced on Monday the launch of a new iPad app dedicated solely to political coverage.

“The app offers a visually rich and engaging new way to following the 2012 presidential election campaign, with the latest breaking news and images, most informed analysis and deepest polling data, a constantly updated library of TV ads, and an incredible range of historical data, dating all the way back to the first U.S. presidential election,” said Marcus Brauchli in a post on the Washington Post’s website.

The app is available for free in the iTunes store.

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