Wikileaks gets an app..

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It won’t get Julian Assange out of hot water… but it will donate 59p of its £1.19 price to Wikileaks and give you instant on the go access to all the Wikileaks cables yet published. It updates as they update and also hosts their Twitter stream. It’s quite a nice accessible interface for the cables and at least the app is less likely to go down than the main website. Something to read on the bus eh?

£1.19 on iTunes

Related:
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[via Techdigest]
Anna Leach

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