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Joystiq goes mobile with new iPhone app

Michael Jones
July 18, 2010
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Joystiq, our sister site and favorite stop for gaming news, is celebrating the release of their long-awaited app for the iPhone and iPod touch this weekend.

The new app gives you quick and easy access to catch up on the latest news while on the go, and the category view gives you the ability to focus on reviews, interviews, contests, or updates for your favorite gaming platform. In addition to reading the site, you can use the search feature to find something specific, share your thoughts using the built-in comment feature, browse through the image and video galleries, send in news tips to the Joystiq team, and listen to recent podcasts for both the Joystiq Podcast and the Xbox Fancast.

The app is available for free on the App Store. For more information, check out the screenshots in the gallery below, or head on over to Joystiq to check it out.

Oh, and have you seen the TUAW app yet? It's not out for iPad (yet), but the iPhone version is excellent for reading and browsing your favorite TUAW posts on the go.

Gallery: Joystiq App for the iPhone and iPod touch | 18 Photos









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