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Photos: silicon.com's free iPhone app

Take a tour of silicon.com's new Reader App for your Apple device
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Take a tour of silicon.com's new Reader App for your Apple device

silicon.com's free iPhone app is now available for download from iTunes.

The silicon.com Reader App allows you to keep up to date with the latest stories from silicon.com on your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad. It's free, easy to use and quick to download from iTunes.

The silicon.com Reader App's homepage lists the latest and most popular stories - shown above - and you can also browse the top stories in silicon.com's management and technology channels.

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Pictured above is a story page on the app.

Designed to be fast to load and easy to use, the app is perfect for getting up to speed during the morning commute.

silicon.com editor Steve Ranger said: "Earlier this year we launched the silicon.com mobile site - m.silicon.com - and the iPhone app is a natural next step. We know that silicon.com readers are busy and often on the move, so the new silicon.com Reader App is a great way for them to keep up with all the most important news on the go."

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And the app doesn't just feature text - silicon.com's photo galleries look fantastic on the iPhone Reader App as well, giving you the big picture on the top stories of the day.

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Here's a shot from one of the photo galleries, redesigned to work elegantly on your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad.

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You can also use the app's search functionality to track down the information you need.

The free silicon.com Reader App is available for download from iTunes here.

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