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19 Action News has apps for smartphones & iPads

19 Action News has free news & weather apps for iPhones, iPads and Android devices.

The goal of our news app is to keep you informed while you are on the go.

The news app features dozens of frequently updated news stories and videos that are tailored to the way you like to read and share news on your phone or tablet.

When you download it, be sure to enable push alerts to get the most important breaking news stories sent to your phone.

Click on one of the stories and you will easily be able to share a story you like via email or Facebook, or even save it to your favorites to read later.

Our Weather section has been streamlined for easy use. Inside, you can get the forecast for the next 10 days in just one, click along with radar images from the 19 Action News Storm team.

Our "More" section is that, more. More news and sports. Plus, a section for gas prices, traffic, the Buzz and health.

If you love video, the new 19 Action News app has a lot for you to love.

Inside the section, we have our latest news, weather and sports video.

Recently, we began streaming our newscasts live. All iOS (iPhone, iPod Touch & iPad) users and some Android users will be able watch them live.

If you see news, send it in using our new My Report feature. Just snap your photo or video and send it in under the contribute tab. You can also browse all of the News Nation photos on the app.

You can download the app right now by clicking the links below.

[CLICK HERE to download the Apple iPhone App]
[CLICK HERE to download the Android App]
[CLICK HERE to download the Blackberry App]

If weather is what you love, 19 Action News also has a FirstAlert Weather app for iPhones and Android devices.

The FirstAlert weather app features a great radar, local weather conditions, forecast, and video forecast from the 19 Action News Doppler radar.

You can enter your zip code to get an exact forecast for where you live.

This application can be found for iPhones, iPads or iPod Touches by searching for FirstAlertWeather on iTunes or you can click here.

This application can be found for Google Phones by searching for FirstAlertWeather in the Android Market or you can click here to get a view

If you have any questions or comments, email web@19actionnews.com.

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