Awards & Testimonials

Awards & Testimonials
  • 2011 Nokia “Calling All Innovators” Developer Contest, 1st Place News & Weather Category Winner
  • 2010 BlackBerry Super Apps Challenge: Regional Selections, Winner
  • 2010 WebOS Hot Apps, Winner
  • Open Screen Project Fund, Winner, 2009
  • 2009 SXSW Interactive Finalist – AP Mobile
  • Gannett Foundation Award for Technical Innovation in the Service of Digital Journalism Finalist, 2011
  • Adobe Max Awards Honorable Mention, 2010
  • Excellence in Online Journalism Award Honorable Mention (National Press Foundation), 2011
  • Apply Your Idea Award Verizon & BlackBerry, 2009
  • Webby Award Nominee, 2009
  • Web Application Apple Design Awards 2008 Runner Up

Testimonials

If you like your news comprehensive, you’ll want AP Mobile. - The New York Times

“This news program gives you complete, flexible access to local, national, and international news. On top of giving you up-to-the-minute news, the latest version of this app offers push alerts, improved navigation, and support for multiple languages, as well as improved navigation, off-line, and BlackBerry OS 6-enhanced video experiences. - PCMag.com

AP Mobile News Network is one of your better choices for keeping up with the latest news on your iPhone or iPod Touch. This free, easy-to-use application has a gratifyingly responsive interface that gives you quick access to news headlines, photos, and videos. - CNET.com

You can tailor the AP Mobile app to meet your needs by adding local news to your feed and selecting specific areas of coverage. AP Mobile also nicely utilizes the push-notification system of the iPhone for breaking-news updates. - PCWorld.com

One of the best applications for your BlackBerry is the Associated Press mobile news app. - Crackberry.com

Not only does the AP Mobile iPhone app (The Associated Press, Free) include a ton of news content, but it also syncs with your local news and weather. - About.com

If you want to stay up-to-date on news, AP Mobile is definitely an application to check out. - THINKMAC.NET