RCMP have app for that

BC RCMP announce launch of app for iPod and iPad, allowing the public to connect more easily.

Dear editor,

We are pleased to announce that there is now an application in the App Store, available for free download, to connect iPhone and iPad users to information directly from the BC RCMP. You can find it by searching for BC RCMP in the App Store.

The application provides easy mobile access to information from our bc.rcmp.ca website, like news releases, missing persons, and wanted persons, as well as our @BCRCMP and @GRCenCB Twitter accounts, and BCRCMPNews and GRCenCB Facebook pages.

We are initially releasing this application for iPhone and iPad, but mobile applications for Android and Blackberry users are currently under development and will also be available as soon as they are complete. Android and Blackberry users still have access to the mobile and full versions of our bc.rcmp.ca website on their smartphones and tablets.

Rob VERMEULEN (Sgt)

Senior Media Relations Officer

BC RCMP Communication Services

 

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