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Sep 3 2013

SOUTHFIELD, Mich., Sept. 3, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Detroit, September 3th, 2013 -Detroit-based Fresly LLC has just announced that it will be changing the name of its new iPhotoNews app designed for iPhone® and iPad® to iNews Photo. The change comes as a result of a request from Apple Inc. The company CEO, Mario Mazzardo, was notified by Apple Inc. about the usage of Apple Trademarks like "iPhoto" so the application was retreat from the market.

(Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20130903/MN73147)

After a stop of five months the application is officially published today.

To celebrate the release, you will have unlimited access to INews Photo for free during the next few weeks.

Now the Fresly app will be known as iNews Photo. The application will still provide subscribers a unique way to stay up to date with the latest news while listening to their favorite music and enjoying beautiful images that cross the screen intermittently.

Fresly LLC introduced its new app for iPad and iPhone just in March for few days and has enjoyed a very warm reception by users. Subscribers can now stay connected to all the latest news no matter what they're doing, while staying informed on breaking news stories from around the world all day long. 

Users have posted very positive reviews of the app, saying that it is easy to use and prevents the user from having to comb through dozens of blogs and news stories to find the information they want. The Fresly Team has received feedback from several users about how they are using the application. For example, one doctor reported that he allows his patients in the waiting room to view the news updates through iPad or Apple TV.  

Fresly has received similar comments from other business owners who are using the app as a way to keep their customers entertained while they are waiting. Fresly currently offers the app for iPhone and iPad, but the company is working on a version for Android and Windows mobile devices.

Fresly LLC is confident that this completely innovative visual experience will wow its users. The app can be left running while you're at work, at home, at the gym or anywhere. If the user notices an interesting story, and they'd like to get more details, then they simply double-click the on-screen photo and in moments are reading the full story.

A free version of the app allows users to enjoy the free channel, which is a summary of the U.S. channel. With the monthly subscription, users will be able to take advantage of the U.S. channels in English or Spanish and Canadian in English or French. The company has plans to make a European newsroom available soon, along with Germany, France, Italy, UK, and Spain channels. Others newsrooms will be added starting with Japan, Hong Kong, and Australia.  Using the free version of iNews Photo provides only default setting options, but for $ 0.99 per month, users can take advantage of additional features.  

Fresly LLC has created a new White Label service that will improve the way news organizations reach out to their readers 24 hours a day. This service includes licensing iNews Photo technology as a fully managed solution to enhance customer services and will require no additional time or effort on the part of the organization. This platform is simple to operate and adding content is a lot like writing a blog. The content is made available in real time on IOS, Android and Windows Mobile devices.

About Fresly LLC

Fresly LLC is located in the Detroit, Michigan area and provides professional software and mobile app development for companies and individuals. The company also offers UX Research. Organizations that are interested in offering their own app using the Fresly technology are asked to contact them at info@fresly.com.

For more information about iNews Photo, please visit: http://www.fresly.com/ipn.

Media Contact:Carolyn SorrellFresly LLCSouthfield, MI USAEmail: carolyn@fresly.comPhone: 248-351-6287

Media Contact: Carolyn Sorrell, Fresly llc, +1 (248) 351-6287, carolyn@fresly.com

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SOURCE Fresly LLC



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