County 10 Launches Mobile News App

 

First 1000 downloads are FREE

As Fremont County’s News Leader, we strive to bring you breaking news the moment it happens. Today, we’re going a step further to ensure you’re plugged-in to the latest news and headlines from around your community.

Introducing the County 10 Mobile App, an up-to-the-second look at the news around you. This new app delivers all of the content County 10 readers have come to rely on and then some. Tap the menu to access news, video stories and photos from around the region or post a news tip via your smartphone instantly!

“More people are connected than ever before, but that doesn’t necessarily mean they’re accessing County 10 from a desktop computer,” explains PitchEngine CEO, Jason Kintzler. “We knew that a big portion of our readers (nearly 50%) were getting our real-time news on their smartphones and other mobile devices, so it made sense to create this app.”

Kintzler explained one of the important things the app does is enable County 10 readers to submit news tips to the editorial team.

“I believe listening to our readers is what’s driving this amazing growth,” said Kintzler. “Fremont County has never had this sort of community platform before. In years past, the newspapers decided what was newsworthy. That’s just a century-old way to look at things,” he said.

The County 10 News App is also able to send  “push notifications” for breaking news alerts and more to ensure our readers are truly the first to know.

Kintzler said the app is going to be made available free to the first 1,000 County 10 readers that download from either the Apple App Store or Google Play Store for Android. On your device? Click here to get it now!

“This app is a result of listening to our Riverton, Lander, Dubois and other readers and you can expect it to evolve and adapt with their feedback,” said Kintzler.

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