The Standard will launch an application for smartphones later this month, an announcement by developers Handmark to coincide with this week’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
According to the launch release, “content within the London Evening Standard mobile application will be refreshed automatically and available for offline reading”.
Handmark’s mobile publishing platform has already been used by Thomson Reuters, Forbes and the Wall Street Journal.
There are no details about the cost of the app – the Standard’s print edition went free in October.
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