FreeLawyer, LLC Announces the Release of its Last Will and Testament for Android-based Smartphones and Tablet Computers

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FreeLawyer anticipates that the release of the new application will give an additional boost to customer demand for its offerings at http://www.freelawyer.com.

FreeLawyer, the leading innovator of Personal Estate Planning and Related Legal Forms Support Services, announced the release of their new Android-based application for handheld devices. FreeLawyer has been providing free online legal will forms since 1995, at URL http://www.FreeLawyer.com, and has recently started receiving strong customer demand for an application that was specifically designed for use on handheld devices such as smartphones and tablet computers.

FreeLawyer has had record subscription account growth during the past quarter, of users for its free will forms application. The company attributes the popularity to its fully featured new offering of the simple last will and testament forms at http://www.freelawyer.com/write_will_now that can be immediately printed, and also stored for future updating, at no cost for either of these supplementary services.

“We are seeing rapid growth in the use of our applications, especially by tablet and smartphone users,” says FreeLawyer’s CTO, Mark Levey. “The newest high-resolution screens and high-speed processors in these devices are enabling capabilities comparable to a desktop-based application experience. This is driving higher usage overall.”

Levey goes on to explain that FreeLawyer was founded on the basis that the standard legal protections should be made accessible to all citizens. “By adding the handheld device application capability, we are simply continuing to add access to basic legal protection for more people”, Levey adds. “We feel that technology and cost should not be barriers to your legal rights.”

Through these shifts to handheld device based access, FreeLawyer continues to see Internet use grow and new subscriptions to its free will forms application continue to soar. FreeLawyer anticipates that the release of the new application will give an additional boost to customer demand for its offerings at http://www.freelawyer.com.

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