SAN FRANCISCO, April. 2014 — Mobiles Republic, a leading syndicator of trusted news on mobile devices today released News Republic and Appy Geek for the Samsung Gear 2 line of smartwatches and the Gear Fit.
Available for download today, News Republic and Appy Geek for Samsung Gear 2 bring up-to-the-minute news to your wrist from over 900 fully-licensed sources publishing over 10,000 articles per day to your smartwatch.
Samsung Gear 2 readers enjoy full text articles and images specifically formatted for the smartwatch interface. Available today free in the Samsung App Store.
Gear Fit readers can swipe from one headline to the next and open articles on their paired Samsung device. Available today free on Google Play.
Both Gear 2 and Gear Fit versions allow the reader to setup custom news topics, receive alert notifications, swipe through headlines and open the article directly on their Samsung smartphones and tablets.
News Republic, the leading national news aggregation app brings together hundreds of trusted news sources in an intelligent, customizable interface designed for smartphones, tablets and smartwatches.
Appy Geek is an award-winning tech news app with thousands of trusted articles that delivers the latest information in a highly customizable format.
Unlike other news aggregators which rely on scraping RSS feeds, News Republic and Appy Geek contain 100% fully licensed content from some of the most trusted names in news and tech: Reuters, Associated Press, Bloomberg, AFP, Huffington Post, CNET, TechCrunch, Engadget, The Verge and more. Get the whole article optimized in the app, no need to launch a browser to read content.
About Mobiles Republic
Mobiles Republic has licensing agreements with more than 900 global and region news sources and is rapidly expanding and transforming mobile news consumption. Its apps, including the award-winning News Republic and Appy Geek, have been downloaded more than 30 million times to mobile devices, and have a rapidly growing active user base of more than 17 million.
Mobiles Republic proprietary news engine, TagNav® generates more than 10 million page views per day of licensed and trusted content, and has generated more than three billion news article views to-date, including in six languages – English, French, Chinese, German, Italian and Spanish. Mobiles Republic is also the technology and news content partner powering HTC’s Blinkfeed smartphone interface. The company is headquartered in Bordeaux, France, and has offices around the globe including in the US and London. For more information, visit www.mobilesrepublic.com, Twitter: @MobilesRep.
Samsung, Gear 2 and Gear Fit are trademarks of Samsung, registered in the U.S. and other countries.