TheStreet Launches Redesigned Versions of its iPad and iPhone Apps New Free App Combines Substance & Style to Deliver the Latest Stock Market News, Analysis and Videos in one Complete Package
NEW YORK, April 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- TheStreet, Inc. (Nasdaq: TST), a leading digital financial media company, announced today that enhanced and more powerful versions of its popular Apple iPad and iPhone apps are now available for download free of charge in the iTunes store here. TheStreet rebuilt its apps to deliver a robust mix of actionable markets and business news and analysis, as well as robust data, charting and streaming video.
The app was built for speed and designed from the ground up. Key features include:
- Actionable and insightful stock market news and commentary from TheStreet's leading experts, including Jim Cramer, Stephanie Link and Doug Kass
- Expanded video reporting from TheStreet's new studios located across the New York Stock Exchange
- Robust charting, market and fundamental data
- Rapid downloading to allow users to read stories even when offline
"We've taken TheStreet's deep editorial content, videos, data and tools and packaged them into two powerful iPad and iPhone apps. They are the perfect balance of substance and style, setting us apart from other financial news apps," said Elisabeth DeMarse, Chairman, President and CEO of TheStreet. "These apps are a terrific leap ahead, and users can expect a regular stream of updates going forward, including new apps for Android and BlackBerry, as well as fully integrated access to our leading paid subscription services, all in one intuitive platform."
TheStreet, Inc. is a leading digital financial media company that distributes its content through online, social media, tablet and mobile channels. The Company's network of brands includes: TheStreet, Action Alerts PLUS, RealMoney, RealMoney Pro, Stockpickr, Options Profits, MainStreet and RateWatch. For more information on TheStreet's business, visit www.t.st. For financial and business news, actionable trading ideas, stock quotes and more, visit TheStreet.com; follow TheStreet on Facebook and Twitter. For more information on The Deal, visit www.thedeal.com.
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