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PC Advisor launches iPhone app

Free app now available

PC Advisor is now available for the iPhone, with a free download delivering expert news, reviews, tutorials and blogs to owners of Apple’s smartphone via a native app.

The PC Advisor iPhone app is updated every minute of every day with the latest content from PC Advisor’s team of experts.

Articles are split into a number of categories to help you get straight to the content that’s most useful to you. There are sections dedicated to News, Reviews, How To and Opinion, as well as topic areas such as App Reviews, New Products, iPhone Advisor and PC Advisor’s Flickr Photostream.

What’s more, you can select which topics appear as default sections on the app’s bottom navigation, so if you’re more interested in App Reviews than PC Security News, configure the app so that reviews of the latest iOS downloads appear first every time you open the app.

PC Advisor’s iPhone app also includes social media features, allowing you to quickly and easily share the articles you find most useful on Twitter and Facebook. Furthermore, the comments functionality built into PC Advisor’s desktop website is integrated with the app, so comment threads are updated seamlessly between the two.

This is the third app launched by PC Advisor in the past six months, following the free Tech Help tutorial app for iPad, and the free Tech TV app for WebOS tablets.

Download PC Advisor’s iPhone app today, and let us know what you think.


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