USA TODAY HP webOS App for HP TouchPad

A slew of apps are coming for the new HP TouchPad. Close on the heels of WeatherBug app for the Wi-Fi version of HP TouchPad, the first HP webOS tablet, USA TODAY, a multi-platform news and information company, has announced that USA TODAY is now available on HP TouchPad. It was announced today, July 5.

The USA TODAY app features a custom look and design specifically for the HP TouchPad. The app has all the latest news, sports scores, weather, photos and Snapshots available. More information on the app can be found at

“USA TODAY is dedicated to launching new apps as products hit the market so our readers can receive their news on the platform of their choice,” said Steve Kurtz, vice president of digital development for USA TODAY.

Recently, tech major HP announced HP webOS Pivot, providing users an entertaining and informative editorial resource for discovering webOS 3.0 applications for the HP TouchPad, which launched July 1. (Read: HP to Offer webOS Pivot for HP TouchPad)

“With USA TODAY on TouchPad, the millions of readers who get their news every day from USA TODAY now have a new and exciting place to find it,” said Richard Kerris, vice president of webOS Worldwide Developer Relations, HP.

The release of the USA TODAY for HP TouchPad follows on the May release of the USA TODAY for Windows Phone and the February release of the USA TODAY for Android Tablet.

USA TODAY is now available on major platforms and devices including HP webOS (TouchPad), iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch), Android (phones and tablets), Google Chrome Web Store, Google TV, Windows Phone, Windows-based Tablets, Intel’s AppUp store for netbook PCs and Amazon Kindle.

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