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Posted: Monday, March 8, 2010 1:01 pm

The (New York) Daily News launched a free mobile application for the Apple iPhone, Blackberry and Windows devices in cooperation with Handmark Mobile Software. The app includes instant, real-time access to the latest breaking news, sports, gossip, politics, columnists and opinions.

Articles can be saved for later reading and shared via e-mail and various social networks.

The app will also soon be available for additional platforms, including Google Android, Palm webOS and J2ME-based devices, according to Handmark.

Look for more on the Daily News' mobile app in the April issue.

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