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White House launches iPhone app

By Cecilia Kang
Want to watch President Obama's State of the Union address on the go next Wednesday? The White House has launched a new iPhone and iPod Touch application that will make that possible for some.

In a blog post on, the Obama administration said the application would allow users to check for updates, watch videos and Web chats, and do some research. The blog noted that mobile Internet use has doubled over the last year and has become a more important means to receive information.

A mobile version for other cell phones will also be available in coming weeks, the blog post said.

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By Post Editor  |  January 20, 2010; 6:25 PM ET
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I have a Straight Talk phone, it's great and I have unlimited everything for $45 per month but I can't get the White House app which I wouldn't want if it meant changing to the iPhone. At least Straight Talk doesn't charge me an arm and a leg and then tie me down for two years and rape me for more than I've got.

Posted by: Greta3 | January 23, 2010 3:28 PM | Report abuse

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