TheLaw.com's vision has always focused upon the legal profession's duty to give back to the general public.
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New York, NY (PRWEB) May 17, 2011
Just a few short months after its release, TheLaw.com's free Law Guide & Dictionary app for iPhone and Android devices has exceeded 85,000 downloads. That's an impressive milestone in a crowded marketplace, proof that legal reference apps have the ability to become a regular install on mobile devices.
"TheLaw.com’s vision has always focused upon the legal profession’s duty to give back value to the general public," said attorney Michael M. Wechsler, the popular free legal advice website's founder. "We're very excited that our app has been so well received."
This top rated legal reference app includes a comprehensive law dictionary featuring over 7,400 legal definitions, which are searchable without an online connection. The Law Guide section provides a significant and growing collection of well crafted articles that are easy to understand and covers 19 primary legal topics. The Law Forums provide instant access to a large online questions and answers discussion board where visitors can share legal experiences and advice. Perhaps best of all, the application does not contain any nagging in-app mobile advertising which typically compromises valuable screen real estate.
The Law Guide & Law Dictionary app can be found on iTunes and in Apple's app store, the Android Market and in the Amazon.com Appstore. The app was developed for TheLaw.com pursuant to a special partnership with Quoord, the creators of Tapatalk, the top-rated and leading mobile app for vBulletin, Invision Power Board, phpBB and Simple Forums online message boards.
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