Download the new RedShark App for IOS and Android

Written by David Shapton

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RedShark's App is here! It's the new best way to read RedShark, and it's available from the Apple and Android App stores. Just search "RedShark"

Redshark is so much a part of so many people's daily lives that we wanted to make it even easier, and even nicer to read. Even when you're away from an internet connection.

So we've built the RedShark App. It's the new best way to read RedShark.

To try it, just go to the Apple App Store or to the Google Play App Store and search for "RedShark" or simply clicks one of the badges below:

Get it on Google Play Get it on AppStore

As a little incentive for you to download the app, we're giving away 5 fantastic G-Technology G-DRIVES. Just go to the full page G-Technology advertisement in between pages in the RedShark App, and enter the draw.

It will install as easily as any other app, and it will figure out whether you're using a phone or a tablet.

The RedShark App waits until you're online (you can tell it whether you want to download over WiFi only or Cellular as well) and downloads the latest articles. As soon as it's done this, you can go offline and have full access to recent content on RedShark. If it says “new” in the top right-hand corner, just refresh, and you’ll get the latest articles.

 

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Mobile phone screenshot

If you're online, you can use the search facility - and it's pretty fantastic: you can find anything in the RedShark archive.

It's perfect for those moments when you have a little bit of spare time to read the longer articles, but it's also great if you're on a train or a bus and you have a few minutes to kill.

We can't wait to hear what you think about it. Please let us know. Just write to editor@redsharknews.com. We'll read all your comments.

We'd like to thank our App Launch Partners, G-Technology, for their support!

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