“Like” iPinion? There’s an App for that
For over three and a half years the iPinion Syndicate has been exploring the world of politics, entert-
ainment, culinary, travel, satire, as well as the day-to-day oddities and absurdities that make up this crazy thing called human existence. Periodically, we also include pieces that delve deep into the human soul and psyche, navigating personal stories of tragedy and survival, shame and recovery.
This week, iPinion is privileged to unveil the iPhone and iPad app, made possible by NuCitrus employee Scott Reichman. The app became available for free on the iTunes store yesterday, and iPinion editors Debra DeAngelo, David Lacy and Maya North are already praising its inaugural capabilities.
It’s not just portability that makes the iPinion app such a wonderful leap forward for the young media company (e.g., browse the latest columns while awaiting you’re Caramel Macchiato); it’s also readability.
“One of the huge advantages is that you can actually easily read the columns on your phone,” editor and iPinion co-founder Debra DeAngelo noted. “The new app is phenomenal.”
Co-founder David Lacy agreed: “Scott has produced a baseline product that can only move upward. We could not be more pleased.”
According to NuCitrus’ website — nucitrus.com — “NuCitrus is leading the way to success with innovative websites, applications and software development.”