Science & Technology
Check out the Eyewitness News iPad App!
NEW YORK (WABC) -- WABC-TV is the first New York television station to release an app designed just for your iPad!
You can get all the latest news and videos from Eyewitness News, and it's all free.
From the main screen, iPad users launching the new Eyewitness News app have tiles to choose from -- sections include top news, Eyewitness News investigations, 7 On Your Side, Save Money and more. Just tapping enter will take users to the stories Eyewitness News is covering with text and video on the screen. Pinching the screen will make the video full screen or reduce its size.
Also on the app: the latest AccuWeather forecast. Not only can you watch the forecast from Lee, Bill and Jeff, but also check up-to-the-minute animated radar for the New York area and three other locations of your choice.
When there's breaking news and severe weather, the Eyewitness News iPad app will have alerts, and live video streaming.
You can check out the dozens of photos available in our photogalleries in full screen.
You can share stories and videos with friends through facebook and other social networking sites. You can also check out what the Eyewitness News team is doing on Facebook by clicking on "social" on the main screen.
Find the Eyewitness News iPad app at Apple's iTunes store (CLICK HERE). Just search WABC.
We also have apps available for iPhone, BlackBerry and android devices.
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