PressPage launches Mobile User Interface

Consumers of corporate media can now access the latest content on the fly.


PressPage launched its new Mobile User Interface (UI) for the world's most popular devices: iPhone, iPod Touch and Google Android smart-phones.

The leading content-sharing-platform technology provider has a completely new mobile UI, streamlining the user experience process, making it easier and faster to search and engage with corporate media on the fly.

Communication professionals clearly indicated that modern content consumers are often en route or in other situations where laptops are impractical. This update ensures a new look and feel for presenting corporate media that enables visitors on mobile devices to make their way through a brand's published content more intuitively, saving time and increasing engagement.

Stuart Thompson, UK Director at PressPage
We welcomed the introduction of the new mobile user interface, which provides an updated user experience that is more aligned with familiar consumer news sites. Following a successful pilot the new mobile UI is now available for all our clients.
Stuart Thompson, UK Director at PressPage
Sébastien Willems, Co-founder and COO of PressPage
Our customers and agency partners remain the main drivers of our priorities, guiding us to best evolve our technology.
Sébastien Willems, Co-founder and COO of PressPage

The new state-of-the-art smart phone interface is the latest addition to PressPage's industry leading customer development process. 
PressPage's mobile UI for social newsrooms, virtual press centres and online media hubs is available for the world's most popular devices: iPhones and iPods as well as Google Android smart-phones.


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About us

PressPage is the leading content-sharing-platform technology provider for social newsrooms, virtual press centres, and online media hubs.Our technology is uniquely designed to add workflow efficiency and distribution effectiveness; allowing brands to tell an engaging and optimised online story that is published straight into the search and social worlds.

Professional UK bodies for public relations practitioners like the CIPRPRCA, and IPRA all work with PressPage's newsroom technology.