December 19, 2014
Reuters launches UK edition of Reuters app for iOS and Android devices
London – Today Reuters, the world’s largest multimedia news provider, announced a new UK edition of its news app for iOS and Android devices. This is the first time a UK edition of the Reuters app has been available for download, and it launches alongside new versions in Chinese and Japanese, each customised to deliver regionally-relevant content as well as global news coverage.
The Reuters app delivers breaking news, analysis and market data from the world's most trusted news organisation and the world’s largest multimedia new provider. It allows users to explore a seamless stream of articles, pictures and videos on their phone or tablet. Features of the new versions of the Reuters app include:
- Navigate between stories to explore a wide range of topics from Politics to Opinion to Oddly Enough and more.
- Get financial data on a company in any region, chart its performance over a period of time and compare it to competitors.
- Read stories online or save them to read offline later.
- Easily share stories on social media and by email.
The new version of the app is available to download from the Apple App Store or Google Play.
Reuters, the news and media division of Thomson Reuters, is the world’s largest international multimedia news provider, reaching more than one billion people every day. Reuters 2,600 journalists in nearly 200 locations around the globe deliver unparalleled international and national news coverage with speed, impartiality and insight to professionals via Thomson Reuters desktops, the world’s media organisations and directly to consumers on Reuters.com
Thomson Reuters is the world's leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals. We combine industry expertise with innovative technology to deliver critical information to leading decision makers in the financial and risk, legal, tax and accounting, intellectual property and science and media markets, powered by the world's most trusted news organisation. For more information, go to www.thomsonreuters.com