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Page added on October 17, 2010

Minivan News now an iPhone app

Minivan News is pleased to announce that readers with Apple iPhones can now follow news and views in the Maldives with our very own iPhone application.

Designed and programmed by avid Minivan reader and app developer Martin Barr of AppIT, the ‘Minivan Lite’ iPhone application allows easy, on-the-run access to all categories covered by Minivan News, as well as comments.

Please post thoughts and suggestions for future versions of the app, in the comment form below.

Minivan Lite can be downloaded for free via the in-phone Apps Store, and is compatible with the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 3.1.2 or later.

Click here to go to Minivan News on iTunes

Note: The Minivan Lite app requires iPhone users have access to iTunes.

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5 Comments on "Minivan News now an iPhone app"

  1. Noor on Wed, 8th Dec 2010 9:07 PM 

    I wish you guys would make a simiar app for android. Also please make a mobile versionof ur site. Keep up the good work.

  2. c-bag on Sun, 9th Jan 2011 3:53 PM 

    android version, please…

  3. Aiman Rasheed on Mon, 28th Feb 2011 12:06 PM 

    An android version would be real nice.

  4. Ayya on Sun, 24th Jul 2011 5:53 PM 

    where is the android app?

  5. fahudh on Mon, 1st Apr 2013 1:00 PM 

    Minivan news is best news in Maldives


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