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cleveland.com Launches New High School Sports Smartphone Apps with Advance Internet and Mobile IQ(August 15, 2011)
Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) August 15, 2011
cleveland.com has launched new Android and iPhone smartphone apps covering high school sports teams throughout Northeast Ohio.
The cleveland.com High School Sports Android app and the cleveland.com High School Sports iPhone app feature content from the number one Northeast Ohio news, sports and information website in affiliation with The Plain Dealer and Sun News.
"The High School Sports app will give our local audience a full complement of high school sports news and information," Plain Dealer editor Debra Adams Simmons said. "This is an extension of the sports news and information currently available. Given the appetite for high school sports news and information in our region, the new app is a great addition to the lineup of information tools we have available."
The apps are free for consumers to download and use. Fans are able to select and save their favorite teams to appear on the home screen of the app. Users who select favorite teams will see each teams latest game scoreboard and upcoming schedule. They also will have the option of requesting push alert notifications whenever any of their favorite teams has completed a game.
cleveland.com is proud to offer these free apps to both iPhone and Android users, said Denise Polverine, editor-in-chief of cleveland.com. The apps provide instant, customized access to our extensive high school sports content and allow fans to participate by uploading scores right from the game.
The apps are available for download at no charge in the iTunes App Store and the Android Market. They were developed and launched with Advance Internet and Mobile IQ. The technology development firm Mobile IQ worked with Advance Internet to provide a unique and engaging smartphone app experience for the millions of high school sports fans using Advance Internet sites, including cleveland.com the leading local source of high school sports news and information in Northeast Ohio.
The apps will leverage Advance Internets custom-built high school sports platform, which manages news, stats, standings and schedules in 44 sports. There are 110,000 team pages for users to choose from across all Advance Internet markets. The platform generates more than 100 million page views a year.
(cleveland.com also has a high school sports mobile website that can be accessed by going to cleveland.com on mobile device web browsers.)
cleveland.com, an affiliate of Advance Internet, Inc., is the leading local website for news and information throughout Cleveland featuring the latest Cleveland news, business, sports, travel, weather, traffic, shopping and entertainment information. In addition, cleveland.com has a comprehensive business listings directory, as well as local classified listings for jobs, homes, apartment rentals and autos. cleveland.com is the online home of The Plain Dealer and Sun News.
About The Plain Dealer
The Plain Dealer is Ohio's largest newspaper and among the 20 largest newspapers in the country, reaching nearly 800,000 readers daily and nearly 1 million on Sundays. The Plain Dealer's media market, Greater Cleveland, is ranked No. 1 in the country for Sunday newspaper readership percentage (75 percent of total adults) and is No. 2 in daily newspaper readership percentage (62 percent of total adults), second only to the New York Times. The paper also has an electronic edition, and its content and related material can be found on cleveland.com. The Plain Dealer also operates Politifact Ohio, a website that analyzes political issues relevant to local interests.
About Advance Internet
Advance Internet, Inc., based in Jersey City, NJ, is a leading creator of highly interactive, online community-based news and information websites created in alliance with over 25 newspapers affiliated with Advance Publications, Inc. Advance Internets websites are the number one local news and information online destinations for the markets they serve. The websites include al.com, cleveland.com, gulflive.com, MLive.com, NJ.com, NOLA.com, OregonLive.com, SILive.com, syracuse.com, MassLive.com, PennLive.com, and lehighvalleylive.com.
About Mobile IQ
Mobile IQ helps publishers and media agencies take their content mobile in intelligent, engaging, profitable ways. Its publishing hub enables content owners large and small to reach new audiences and make new revenue. Added with its ability to rapidly develop, integrated smartphone apps, Mobile IQ helps its customers stand out from the crowd. Please visit http://www.mobileiq.com or http://www.pressrun.com for more information.
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