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EurActiv launches iPhone app


19 Sep 2011



EurActiv launches iPhone app 

other smartphone apps to follow later this year

EurActiv, the European media network in 15 languages, is pleased to announce the launch of the EurActiv iPhone Application today. 

Available for free in the Apple App Store, the EurActiv iPhone app provides access to the articles, interviews, analysis, LinksDossiers, EUX.TV videos and event calendars from most of the EurActiv editorial teams across Europe. The EurActiv iPhone app contains information in English, Bulgarian, Czech, French, German, Hungarian, Polish, Serbian, Slovak, Spanish and Turkish.

"Our readers will be finding the iPhone to be a fantastic platform to experience the EU news and European policy debates coverage that EurActiv’s network partners provide,” said Christophe Leclercq, Founder and Publisher of An Android version of the EurActiv app will be released in October and versions for Windows Mobile and Blackberry will be added before the end of the year. “This will make the EurActiv mobile content available natively on over 95% of all smartphones by the end of the year”, announced Jean-Christophe Boulanger, Director of EurActiv France and initiator of the EurActiv smartphone apps project. 

"The EurActiv iPhone application provides readers with an even richer, more personalised experience and greater access to our content", explained Jean-Christophe Boulanger. “The content from the home country of the iPhone owner will be shown as the default tab, followed by the English content from in Brussels in a second tab. However, the user can personalise the EurActiv app to select any preferred languages/countries while filtering for one or more content sections like ‘Euro & Finance’, ‘EU Priorities 2020’ and ‘Sustainable development’”.

Other features of the EurActiv iPhone application include:

Simple navigation interface to view articles and videos quickly 

Subscription to any of the EurActiv network partner newsletters

Advanced caching for offline reading 

Cross-network search, through 50,000 articles published since 1999

Share articles by email, on Facebook or Twitter 

Download the EurActiv iPhone app from the Apple App store here. The launch of the application is sponsored by GE Energy.


Media contacts:

Jean-Christophe Boulanger, Director, +33.1. 804.814.01,

Chloé Moitié, Director of Partnerships & Communication, +33.1.402.890.22, 

Dominique Ostyn, Senior Manager Communication & New Media +32(0)2.788.36.88, 

Christophe Leclercq, Publisher,, +32(0),

Note to the editor: is the independent online media network dedicated to EU policy, counting 609,000 unique visitors monthly together with the Web 2.0 platform Set up in 1999, the network is an important working instrument for actors (institutions, industry federations, NGOs, think tanks, the press and others) involved in defining or influencing EU policies. The EurActiv Network publishes EU policy news and information in 15 languages from offices in the capitals of 15 European countries: Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Spain, United Kingdom and Turkey. The Network's national policy portals are accessible here

In order to provide free services and ensure independence, EurActiv's services are financed from four sources: corporate sponsoring, EurActor membership, online advertising and EU projects. General sponsors of are: Assembly of European Regions / GE Energy, Enel, First Solar, the Nickel Institute, People First Foundation, United Technologies and VISA Europe. Section sponsors of are: ArcelorMittal, Boeing, Camfil, Coca-Cola, Dow, Euro-ciett, ExxonMobil, General Electric, Honeywell, Microsoft, MSD, Swiss Mission to the EU, Trans Adriatic Pipeline, Unilever and Yara. Further supporters include: Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie. 

EurActiv also has 60 “content partners” (NGOs & think tanks) as well as ca. 500 “contributors”, providing their policy positions for free publication, based on EurActiv's editorial discretion. Input welcome: EurActiv content extracts can be re-used freely by other media, subject to clear attribution, and copy sent to



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