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CroatianTimes goes mobile

02. July 2011. | 10:22

Source: Emg.rs

The CroatianTimes is now available as a mobile service for those who want to be informed about what is going on while on the move.

The CroatianTimes is now available as a mobile service for those who want to be informed about what is going on while on the move.

You can check out our new mobile edition by clicking here, allowing you to read our news, features and analysis articles easily on your phone.

After that your phone will automatically recognise that we have a mobile version and redirect you each time.

Editor David Rogers said: "The mobile version has all the main news headlines and stories together with the photographs that we have for that day. Content is readily updated and if the service is popular enough we will be adding other modules.

Our online news is now attracting 2 million unique visitors a month with 50 percent of those people living and working abroad with an interest in Austria – mainly either because they plan to visit as tourists or business people as well as people with Austrian roots that want to stay in touch with what is happening here in English.

That makes it the perfect place for companies looking to get in touch with international business opportunities or looking to attract foreign tourists by informing them about the best of what is on offer in the country.


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