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Download our iPad app

03 Jul 2012

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‘Docklands News’ is now available via an iPad app.

Developed by Docklands-based Mediation Communications, the iPad version contains the very best of each edition – carrying the month’s top 21 news stories, all our regular columns and well as entries from our Community Calendar.

The app draws content directly from http://www.docklandsnews.com.au and also notifies users when a new edition has been published.

Advertising is available on every article and each story can be shared via email, Twitter and Facebook.

Docklands News editor Shane Scanlan said he hoped the app would further extend interest in Docklands.

The Docklands News app is free and can be downloaded from Apple’s app store.

“We’re committed to telling the Docklands story and we’ll continue to explore avenues to disseminate the message,” Mr Scanlan said.

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