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The Gazette has launched a new mobile specific website.
The Gazette has launched a new mobile specific website.
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Now Gazette readers can get news on the move as the paper launches its new mobile site.

The new site, is a fantastic stablemate for our newspaper and website and is free to anyone using an iPhone or android phone.

The new mobile site will include the latest breaking news, sport, reviews and much more from our main website,

And users will be able to interact with The Gazette by posting reviews and comments on the move.

Features of the site include the local weather forecast, the latest videos, news, entertainment and sport.

On top of this the site will also include a fully embedded Find it business directory section, enabling users to search for businesses throughout the country, and read or post customer reviews.

The site is really user friendly, clear and full of useful information.

Launching the new mobile site, Alison Bott, deputy editor of The Gazette, said: “The new site is a really exciting addition to our already popular products and is a great way for local readers to get the latest news, sport and local information from The Gazette on the move.

“It will complement our newspaper and website, and is a fantastic free resource for anyone using an iPhone or Android phone.”

Readers will be automatically redirected to the new mobile site whenever they navigate to the main website on an iPhone or Android phone.

Alternatively you can access the site by typing in the address m. directly into your phone’s web browser.

Features of the new mobile site include:

> The latest stories from the main website, and the ability to read user comments or post comments yourself.

> The latest videos and photos accessible via your phone.

> Find it business directory – find businesses and read reviews from other users, or post reviews yourself.

> Links to our recruitment service JobsToday and the fantastic discount voucher service

Check out now to read the best from The Gazette.