We’re pleased to announce the Mobile Wall Street Journal launched today. This application was developed by FreeRange Communications and the user interface was designed by Cloud Four.
The application is currently only available for Blackberry users. You can download the application for free.
Early reviews of the application have been positive. The Silicon Valley Insider says that of all of the applications that newspapers have released that “Wall Street Journal’s Mobile Reader is easily our favorite to date.”
As the interface designers, nothing could please us more than hearing them say:
The software, available today, is one of those tools that makes instant sense the first time you get your hands on it.
The vast majority of the hard work on the application was done by FreeRange Communications. It is their branded RSS reader that the Wall Street Journal selected. FreeRange asked us to help with the user interface design to make the application feel more like the WSJ.
The people at FreeRange have been good friends to us. They helped start Mobile Portland with us, made a diving save on our mobile concurrency test, and have been generous community members. It’s great to see them launch such a significant customer and announce their Mobile Publishing Platform.
It’s wonderful to finally get to share something we’ve been excited about for months. Congratulations to FreeRange and the Wall Street Journal!