Our Mobile App is now available

Our Mobile App is now available

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Our brand new mobile app is now available! You can download the apps for free from the Apple Store for iPhone and Google Play for Android!

The new app provides a much better user experience and lots of great features for all those who access our site via a tablet or mobile device. You can click on the icons below to go to Ancient-Origins App page.

iPhone App Android App

Click here for the Android App (mobiles and tablets).
Click here for the iPhone/iPad App.

App Features

  • All members will enjoy:

    ·         Brand new look

    ·         Design adjustable to mobile and tablet devices

    ·         Full access to all content of Ancient Origins including galleries and videos

    ·         Search functionality for our 7,000+ published articles

    ·         Access to all article previews of Ancient Origins Premium

    ·         Ability to take and share your photos with us directly through the app

    Additional features for Premium members only:

    ·         Access main Ancient Origins content with no ads directly through the app

    ·         Access all Premium content within the app

    ·         Search for articles in both the main and Premium sites

    ·         Directly download and read your Premium eBooks through the app

    ·         Download and Bookmark articles for offline use

The Ancient Origins Team

 

Comments

Windows phone? You really are loving in the past. There's a reason no one builds apps for it.

actually there is an app for windows... maybe you are caught up in your own isolation

Whoops. "living in the past."

angieblackmon's picture

i'm merely trying to live within my means...i see it as a luxury. i also don't have cable, a microwave or internet at home! :)

love, light and blessings

AB

SarcRedHead's picture

I LOVE my windows phone and I'm equally excited there's an app for that.

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