Trendspotters.tv now available on iOS

MUMBAI: Trendspotters.tv is now available on the iOS platform. The addition will help consumers stay in the know of all that is trending around them on their Apple devices.

The iOS app allows one to catch up with all the action in the world of fashion, entertainment and lifestyle. One can also share interesting news and trends that appeals to them with their networks on popular social networking sites like Facebook, twitter etc. through this app.

www.trendspotters.tv founder Kunal Kishore Sinha elaborated, “While our Android app has been successfully able to penetrate the tablet, smartphone and online platforms, our iOS app will now enable users of Mac devices like iPads, iPods and iPhones to easily access our content. With this app, we are now confident of reaching out to the mobile generation of today more comprehensively. The app ensures that they can follow all the micro trends that are becoming the talk of the town easily and stay updated always.”

The app also promotes enhanced user engagement as it allows the viewer to connect with Facebook and Twitter friends via the Trendspotters.tv page. The app is push notification enabled so as to alert the consumer with new content, as soon as it hits the page online.

With Trendspotters.tv gaining favourable traction since its launch so far, this app goes a step further in empowering users to stay on top of what’s hot and in vogue around them, through a platform that is quick, convenient and extremely user-friendly.

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