Sept. 19, 2012
-- VOXXI, the premier site for independent news, analysis and commentary with a Hispanic focus, announced today the launch of the Android mobile application for consumers now available for download in the Google Play store. The mobile app delivers a consistent experience across VOXXI’s digital platform
“VOXXI’s mobile application puts us at the forefront of mobile media innovation, we are enhancing user experience and providing our high quality content on the go,” said Emilio C. Sanchez, president and editor-in-chief of VOXXI. “This will further strengthen our relationship with our readers as we continue to reflect the pulse of the Hispanic digital consumer, leveraging the rapid growth of mobile consumption among Latinos.”
The new VOXXI mobile app lets users consume news wherever and whenever they want at their convenience. VOXXI’s mobile app features politics, health, education, business, and much more.
The mobile app features large images and graphic-driven stories presented in a user-friendly, engaging and interactive manner. It features up-to-the-second headlines, bold commentary and user controls that will let the audience see stories and follow the news the way they want to consume it. The app also has a community feature where users can connect and interact with other VOXXI fans.
Ariel Coro, top Hispanic technology expert and author of El Salto, added, “The second and third screen experiences, especially mobile, are an essential component of any digital strategy, allowing you to connect with users on their terms. This is an important step for VOXXI that sets them apart and shows their commitment to innovation.”
The VOXXI Android app is available for free and can be downloaded by searching the Google play store or on this link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=hr.apps.voxxi
About VOXXI: VOXXI is the premier independent site for news, analysis and commentary with a Hispanic focus. VOXXI is committed to catapulting Latinos into the forefront of American dialogue by filling a void in mainstream media.