I am happy to announce that the Netmediablog Android app is now available on the Google Play Store. I understand that some of you are Android users and will love to surf my blog on your Android smartphones, so I decided to make an Android app for you.
The Netmediablog Android app features the latest posts on Netmediablog with an option to load more article at the bottom of the page. The Netmediablog Android app is responsive and requires Android 2.2 and above.
The simple interface of the Netmediablog Android app makes it easy to navigate and find whatever you may be looking for. When you load the app, it will simply fetch the latest posts from my server. Tap on any of the article titles to open the full post.
At the bottom of every article is a “Share” button that will allow you to share any article you find interesting and informative. You can also sort articles by categories by simply tapping on the “Categories” button on the slide panel.
The Netmediablog Android app also has a menu, simply tap on the “Gear” icon on the top left corner to reveal the app menu. The menu button contains the Refresh, Categories, Search and About links.
You can also use the search feature to search for any keyword or article on the Netmediablog Android app.
Simply download and install the Netmediablog Android app on your Android smartphone and remain updated with the latest articles published on this blog.
There will be subsequent updates on the app to add new features in the future. I hope you find this app interesting and useful. Remember to share your experience of using the Netmediablog Android app on this article via the comment.
I will like to hear your suggestions about what could be added to the app. If you feel I may have left anything behind, please suggest such feature to me for consideration.
Download Netmediablog Android App
Thanks as you download the Netmediablog Android app on your Android smartphone, remember to share the app with your tech-savvy friends so they will also remain updated with the latest happenings in the technology world.
This is pretty cool and very handy for your users.
Do you build by your own and what tools did you use?
Nwosu Mavtrevor says
Its a native app built from scratch.