ABC’s App Now Works On Android Tablets

ABC’s App Now Works On Android Tablets
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ABC has once again updated its mobile app for iOS and Android, with optimisation added for Google-powered tablets. Here’s a look at the new improvements.

Following a much-needed overhaul to its Android app in 2013, ABC has now gone one step further with the inclusion of proper tablet support. Unlike previous iterations, version 3.2 has been optimised for both smartphones and larger tablet devices such as the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1.

Other new features include improvements to article readability, smoother swiping between sections and streaming of TV and radio over either Wi-Fi or mobile networks. If ABC is to be believed, the app is also faster and “more reliable”.

The above additions are also present in the iOS update. You can download the new version of the app by heading to ABC’s website.