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Police Hour now included within Apple News

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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

Police Hour are proud to announce that we are now available within the Apple News app on iPhone and iPads on IOS 9.

Simply search for Police Hour and click add to favourites button at the top of the screen.

We are pleaded we have joined the Apple News Network of content providers. Being part of the Apple News Network forms part of our plan to become recognised as a media outlet and increase our organic audience which is within one million each month.

This mean you can now access Police Hour via the home screen of your iPhone and iPad via the Apple News app.

The Apple News app allows users to choose news sources in which they would like to receive news from Police Hour.

Apple News is the future of online media Apple News brings an end to moving from iPhone app to iPhone app to keep updated with the latest news it brings the world’s greatest sources personalised for you.

 

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