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Stay Informed With New Reuters App

Posted by Andrew Stevens on March 22nd, 2013
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

Reuters released an app that will bring you all the latest news from around the world. Also, every article is presented with related information allowing users to find additional information on any news story. The app also features photography and video to go along with all the latest news as it happens.

Exploring for iPhone:
With unique navigation, the new Reuters apps allow readers to go beyond the day's headlines and deeply explore their favorite topics. With a simple right-to-left swipe, iPhone users can jump into topic streams.
Exploring for iPad:
iPad users can browse through layered pages of stories, photos and videos, or they can scan streams of urgent reporting from around the globe, up-to-the minute business and market news, or the latest in technology trends.

New App: The Wider Image From Reuters

Posted by Rob LeFebvre on October 19th, 2012
iPad App - Designed for iPad only

News wire service Reuters released a new iPad-only news photography app today. Get it while it's hot.


The Wider Image is an unprecedented photography experience from Reuters, the world’s largest news agency. Created exclusively for the iPad, this immersive app reimagines news photography to bring images and information to life.

Start with over 100 compelling stories by Reuters photographers across the world, with new stories added daily. Get the wider story. Transform the way you see.

Stunning International Sports Photography Within Reuters Olympics London 2012

Posted by Jennifer Allen on July 30th, 2012
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

The London 2012 Summer Olympics are upon us and, if you're anything like me, you'll have spent all weekend soaking up all the sport. Perfectly timed comes the release of Reuters Olympics London 2012, an app that promises to bring the best live photos of the Olympics, captured by the award winning photographers from Reuters.

The app is free and universal to download, and comes supplied with Apple TV support to ensure it's immensely easy to view the stunning imagery through a variety of sources. All the photos are high resolution and beautiful to look at, with easy navigation through the archive.

Every sport is covered so it's possible to view celebrations from the best runners to the winners of the water polo and volleyball. It captures the spirit of the events perfectly, while also showing off the luscious landscapes of Great Britain. Statistics are available in the form of medal tables and results of each event.

Reuters Olympics London 2012 is out now.