New iPhone App Helps Military Community Find Info for Over 160 Military Bases in US

Share Article

Bases provides contact information and other details on over 160 military bases in the United States has just been launched in the Apple App Store for the introductory price of $0.99.

Bases is easy to use for any age and has an outstanding interface compared to other apps in the Apple App Store.

Military personnel (Active, Guard/Reserve and Retired) have good reason to celebrate today. A new iPhone application that provides contact information and other details on over 160 military bases in the United States has just been launched for the introductory price of $0.99.

This application, which is appropriately named Bases (http://www.basesapp.com), was created by Robert Blake of Neutral Blue (http://www.neutralblue.com), a web design agency located in Little Rock, Arkansas. Over the years, the Neutral Blue team has helped many companies achieve success through their interactively results-driven websites. According to Blake, "Neutral Blue's strategic move into the mobile device arena is an avenue to expand the company's services by providing products which can simplify customers' needs."

This app can be used with either the iPhone or iPod Touch. "Bases is easy to use for any age and has an outstanding interface compared to other apps in the Apple App Store," said Blake. Some of the information included in Bases is the base operator telephone number, website, street address and key facilities (i.e. exchange, commissary, medical services, RV/camping, etc.). Neutral Blue tapped into the expert design team at Rocksauce Studios (http://www.rocksaucestudios.com) located in Austin, Texas to help with Bases interface design.

The Bases app for the iPhone and iPod Touch will prove to be a valuable tool for an Active duty member transiting to a military base, a retiree RVing across America, or a Guard/Reserve member on vacation near a military base. For the military community, Bases is a must have app.

###

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Robert Blake
Visit website