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Yahoo unveils two new mobile experiences

20-April-2013
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Yahoo unveils two new mobile experiences

Yahoo! has announced two new mobile experiences - Yahoo! Weather for iPhone (also iPod, and iPod Touch) and Yahoo! Mail for iPad and Android tablets. The new Yahoo! Weather app allows the user to see and not just read weather.

For the Yahoo! Weather App, Yahoo! has brought together images from the Flickr community along with detailed weather information from around the world to show current local conditions.

Yahoo! Weather for iPhone, iPod, and iPod Touch is launching internationally in 30 languages, available for free on the App Store.

Yahoo! has also introduced the Yahoo! Mail Apps for iPad and Android tablets - a full-screen experience that gets rid of the noise. There are no folders, no buttons or tabs and one can easily flip through it like a magazine.

The app also helps in cleaning up one’s inbox. The new Tablet Mail allows the user to quickly select the messages, automatically group by sender, and with a swipe - delete, star, or move them all.

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