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Launch of iPhone-friendly nzherald.mobi

nzherald.co.nz launches iPhone-friendly site nzherald.mobi

To enable early adopters of the iPhone to quickly access nzherald.co.nz’s content, an iPhone-friendly site has been launched at nzherald.mobi

iPhone and iPhone Touch owners can now regularly keep in touch with news on the go with the dedicated site. Designed to suit iPhone features, with easy navigation and the ability to view news stories in landscape mode, there is also an option to touch through to nzherald’s complete site.

nzherald.mobi launched on the same day as the 3G iPhone and is believed to be a New Zealand first.

This is the first phase of nzherald’s move to mobile platforms with new initiatives rolling out in the future for other smart phones.


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