(PRWEB) September 08, 2012
Metropolis Time is adapting to the needs of its readers by developing a new mobile app version of the website. The mobile app will contain all features of the full website. This gives regular visitors of Metropolis Time information on demand. The company begins limited release of the app’s beta version today.
Designed for iOS and Android
More and more of people use mobile devices to retrieve information. This new type of simple and easy access for consumers enables them to stay connected and updated on the go. Metropolis Time specifically designed their new mobile app to run on iOS and Android mobile devices. People can now visit the site on their mobiles just as easily as they do on desktop or notebook computers. The mobile app boasts speed, up-to-date information, and rich advertising.
Still in Beta Version
Metropolitan Time’s mobile app is still in its beta version, and will be available on limited release until the full version comes out later this year. People who want to try out and evaluate the beta version should contact Metropolitan Time through their website. Users will need to fill out a survey detailing their experience, and the company will use the information gathered to finalize details for the full release.
What Users can Expect
The full version of the app, which Metropolitan Time aims to release by the last quarter of this year, will feature full-length articles, mobile optimized images, and video support. All articles will feature a link to the author’s Google+ profile as in the full website. The developers are working on the transitions and layout to ensure the pages load in the shortest time possible, making browsing seamless for users.
About Metropolis Time
Metropolis Time is the fastest-emerging online news magazine. It features articles, videos, and other media containing information on city living. The magazine covers different aspects of city life, such as business, technology, education and leisure. Visit http://www.metropolistime.com to get updates on the latest in the metro life and advancements about the mobile app.