WASHINGTON, D.C., Feb. 22—Construction Executive magazine recently launched a new free mobile app for Apple
devices. Readers now have access to a mobile version of articles from the magazine, which covers topics ranging from construction industry news and market developments to business issues and technology trends.
“Readers who like our coverage of innovation and safety are responding favorably,” says Lauren Pinch, Construction Executive’s managing editor. “Our audience is a group on the go, from commercial and industrial builders to construction software developers and high-level executives, so the mobile app is a great addition our suite of products.”
- access to the current issue, with articles formatted for maximum mobile readability;
- option to read in replica format, just like the print edition readers know and love;
- ability to download each issue and return to it anytime for offline reading;
- searchable archive of past issues; and
- tools to share comments or forward articles to other readers.
The app has already generated positive feedback from users, earning its first five-star rating in the iTunes store, along with affirmative comments on social media. Interested readers can search for “Construction Executive Mag” in their respective app store or click here
to download to a mobile device. A brief tutorial video showcasing how users can navigate the app can be viewed here
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, mobile app, newsletters
to help construction industry professionals understand and manage risk, technology, economics, legal challenges and more.
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