HAWAII Magazine has an iPhone app. It's new. It’s free. Check it out.by: Derek Paiva
posted: Thu Nov 18, 2010 at 03:51 PM
HAWAII Magazine has an iPhone app!
It’s new. It’s free. It's mobile. And it’s connected to all the things you like about HawaiiMagazine.com, including our most current daily web features and our Facebook and Twitter pages.
If you've got an iPhone ... download it. Try it. And let us know what you think.
Our new HAWAII Magazine iPhone app is your app. And it’s a work in progress that we’d really appreciate input from you—our reader ohana—for expanding and improving.
Open the app and instantly scroll through the 25 most recent articles from HawaiiMagazine.com on everything Hawaii—from news, events and activities to the latest travel deals and tips, dining advice and our readers’ favorite Island things to do.
The app’s Hawaii Guide offers a growing collection of statewide places of interest to consider whether you’re planning a vacation in Hawaii, or already here and looking for stuff to do.
The HAWAII Magazine iPhone app also has small, but always-expanding listing of deals for Hawaii shopping, dining, activities and entertainment. Check it out when you’re in the Islands, and receive notifications on the latest deals, collected by HAWAII Magazine sister company Talisman’s mobile marketplace Milan. (Talisman also designed our iPhone app).
You can even shoot a Hawaii photo with your iPhone and send it to us for consideration in our HawaiiMagazine.com Reader Photo of the Week contest.
Here's how to get the HAWAII Magazine iPhone app:
On your iPhone: Enter a search for "Hawaii Magazine" in the iTunes App Store, then download.
On your Mac or PC: Click this iTunes App Store direct link.
Finally, let us know what you think about the HAWAII Magazine iPhone app or, more importantly, what you’d like to see on the app, with an e-mail or comment on our Facebook or Twitter pages.
Mahalo for checking it out!
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