Personal iPad app for British Prime Minister David Cameron in the works

Personal iPad app for British Prime Minister David Cameron in the works
Ruling a country? There is an app for that. Or at least there will be one, as soon as the guys burdened with the task of developing it make the said software a reality. However, you probably won't be allowed to use it at first, unless you are David Cameron, as in British Prime Minister David Cameron.

The Times reports that Mr Cameron is already quite fond of his iPad as he is often seen using it to read newspapers or to keep him company during his frequent travels. After going on a business trip to the US, his advisers came up with the idea to make a personalized app that would help him with his duties. Among a number of other uses, the software will be capable of delivering statistics regarding unemployment and crime rates, providing access to civil service documents, as well as displaying real-time information from various news feeds.

The British company that is working on the application is expected to have the product finished by March. Furthermore, seeing the app being made available to the public eventually is not out of the question.

source: The Times via PCMag

Image courtesy of the Conservative Party


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