Skoda Introduces Media Services iPhone App

Skoda is introducing the Media Services iPhone and iPad application, with the development being aimed at allowing members of the press to have facile access to information and media functions.

Committed to improving its services provided to media, Skoda will launch Media Services, an application for iPhone and iPad. Designed to provide media with non-stop access to all relevant information and media functions,” states the press release.

The automotive producer recognizes the growing importance of smart phones and tablets for the members of the media and wants to contribute to this. This is why the company is introducing this development.

Smart phones and tablets are becoming an increasingly popular communication tool, especially with journalists who use them as a simple and modern way of accessing up-to-date information (regardless of time and place). Skoda’s new communication strategy is designed to meet these requirements,” a company statement reads.

The Skoda Media Services app can be downloaded free of charge by following this link, with the information being available in English German and Czech. You can use the app to access multiple informational goodies, such as news, images, videos, tech data and others.

"Whether the user needs up-to-the-minute news, photographs, films, technical data or the right contact person, Skoda’s new mobile application will offer relevant first-hand information. In its pilot stage, the project is designed exclusively for Apple devices with the iOS operating system, but the company intends to extend the application in the future and offer a larger number of mobile features and functions," a company statement reads.
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