“Barack Obama’s campaign recently launched a new Apple iPhone [and iPod touch] application,” Ed Hornick reports for CNN.
“Over the weekend, the campaign launched a volunteer-developed application that iPhoners can download. “Obama ’08″, which is free through the Apple.com iTunes store, features several options aimed at supporters and undecided voters,” Hornick reports.
• The “Call Friends” tab allows users to use their electronic phonebook to call contacts
• The “Get Involved” option gives iPhoners the phone numbers to [various] Obama campaign headquarters
• “News” features statements put out by the Obama campaign
Hornick reports, “Naturally, like any good campaign tool, the Obama iPhone application comes complete with a fundraising pitch.”
Full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Readers “Cathy” and “Jim” for the heads up.]
MacDailyNews Take: Now, if they could just get get Obama to dump his antiquated BlackBerry for an iPhone.
MacDailyNews Note: There are several Obama, McCain, and politics-related apps in Apple’s App Store. See them all here.