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Have You Downloaded the New PCT App?

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The new app has improved features and function for a more enriching PCT Online experience.

| March 25, 2013

RICHFIELD, Ohio — If you haven’t done so already be sure to download the NEW PCT app, version 2.0.

In addition to providing PCT’s users easy access to digital versions of PCT magazines, the new PCT app:

• Is custom-built for Ipads;
• Allows for offline readability;
• Includes stories that are more interactive, and in some cases use animation;
• Features improved social networking sharing options;
• Provides easier access to links within articles.

To launch the newest version of our iPad and iPhone app download it from the iTunes app store at http://bit.ly/VKauEz.. Note: Even if you have already current PCT app downloaded, you will need to visit one of these stores and download the app.

 

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