Trendy Tories produce iPhone app

Darren Allan

March 2, 2010

The Conservative party has launched its own iPhone app ahead of the upcoming general election.

The app contains concise details of the party’s policies, as a reaction to criticism that the Tories haven’t made their intentions clear in certain departments.

So if the conversation turns to politics at a dinner party, budding Conservatives can clarify health or defence policies using their iPhone, perhaps persuading floating voters.

Although they run the risk of budding Labourites floating their smartphone in the soup.

The app includes a swingometer, which shows how the vote is shaping up across the country.

Integration with the Conservative’s Twitter and Facebook pages is also delivered, so you can keep up to date with the latest news and tweets from blue HQ.






 

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