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White House's New iPhone App: The 1.5 Minute Tour

BY Nancy Scola | Wednesday, January 20 2010

The launch of the official White House iPhone app was announced on the White House blog late last night by the White House's chief developer. There few parts of that sentence that wouldn't have seemed a little crazy a year or so ago.

That aside, what's in the new White House iPhone app? If you have a minute and a half, take a look at the video to the right for quick rundown of what the app features.

If you don't have that long, keep reading...

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