Welcome to CNN-IBN's iPad edition
Posted on: 07:48 AM IST Nov 03, 2011
New Delhi: Welcome to our iPad edition. With this, the entire CNN-IBN experience is now available on the world's top-selling tablet, the Apple iPad. A completely free app, it can be downloaded from this page on iTunes.
With this app, people around the world can now watch CNN-IBN live on their iPad, enhanced by the unique user experience that the device offers. Not just that, they can also watch the Hindi news channel IBN7 and the Marathi news channel IBN Lokmat. All three channels are free, as, indeed is the app itself.
This new app offers a brand new way to discover, read, watch, view and share the news, all of it from a single screen. Doing away with the artificial distinction between words, images and video, the app allows you to get the entire experience on one page. As you read a news report, just tap on the video camera icon to start and watch a video on the same subject, without moving away from the words. Similarly, tapping on the still camera icon will reveal a photo gallery, which you can swipe your way through without moving away from the text.
For those who would prefer simply a rich video experience, watching news bulletins and CNN-IBN's award-winning bouquet of shows, all of these are available on the app in a dedicated space. And sharing everything with your friends on Facebook or on your Twitter timeline is just a tap away.
With this app, breaking news, latest reports and cricket scores are all at your fingertips now. The same stories and videos that you get on the IBNLive.com website are available on the app, along with a host of additional features.
Click here to download the IBNLive for iPad app to your computer. You can then sync it to your iPad. Or, just go to the App Store directly from your iPad and search for IBNLive for iPad to locate the page from which you can download it. It's free.
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