TIME Makes Their Way to Android


There are a ton of major national and global news outlets making their way to the Android market and the current keeps flowing with today’s addition of TIME. With the popular magazine’s app, you’ll get all the latest news, photos, videos, podcasts, and more through the app. Something that most other outlets haven’t added to their apps – searching past content – is a welcome addition.


Other features include widgets, support for offline reading, and more. If you’re a fan of TIME and have been looking for their mobile offering, then this is as sweet as it gets. Head on over to the Android market now to download it.


[via TalkAndroid]

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. Quentyn, what’s up with the verizon article? I can see it on the home page but when I try to open it, the content isn’t there.

  2. It’s nice to see a lot mainstream media jumping onto Android, and finally getting the respect it deserves

  3. @DI please link me to which article you’re referring to.

  4. Don’t need a TIME App, We need a TIME Widget… Apps are overrated why waste space when you can just look at the website?

  5. I’m with PhoneDog on this. Why build a bunch of different apps for different platforms when a good mobile site will work on all of them? And why download a bunch of different content apps when you already have a browser? I suppose offline reading is a benefit if you often need to read Time on the subway or airplane but that seems like an edge case.

  6. I prefer apps to mobile sites. I don’t get a good connection inside my office building and a lot of times apps will work when the website (mobile or not) won’t work. Widgets are great, but I’d rather have the app.

  7. Those who feel the browser is better than a dedicated app, for those of us still on slower phones, sometimes the app is very nice for “cutting to the chase” as it were. I’ll take this; I’ve always liked Time. (To those who may know, “Be on Time…”)

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