Buildium, the leading developer of the mobile news app, is releasing its own mobile-focused news app for iOS and Android devices on Tuesday.
It will be available for download starting at 8 a.m.
PT, according to Buildium’s announcement.
It will be compatible with all devices running iOS 7 or higher, which include the iPhone 6S, iPhone 6, iPhone 5S, and the iPhone 5C.
It’ll be the first app released to Android devices, and it will also be available to the Chrome browser, Opera Mini and Opera Mini Mini Plus.
Buildium said it’s targeting iOS users with an early build.
It has released its mobile-centric version of news app Newsify, which allows users to read articles from its iOS app, without the need for a smartphone.
It can be downloaded from the App Store and Google Play.
Developers have already begun work on the news page for the new app, which will be launched in a few days.
The app will be similar to the one that runs on the desktop and on the iPhone, and will focus on stories about the news of the day.
The app will have a number of features, including a mobile-friendly layout, a Newsify-style news feed, and customizable navigation options.