(WXYZ) - For a limited time only, you can get special New Year's pricing on a potentially life-saving app for your smartphone and an enriched local news experience on your iPad.
We are offering a discount on our premium apps through Sunday, January 6. Here are the offers:
* New Years resolution to be more informed - local news iPad app available – ON SALE. Just 99 cents ($2 off regular price).
* Our gift to you - Keep your family safe with Storm Shield. Now just $2.99 LIMITED TIME ONLY ($2 off regular price).
Storm Shield is a weather app that delivers storm alerts to your mobile device with pinpoint accuracy, keeping you ahead of the storm. It allows to you program up to five locations for which to get alerts, the ability to get alerts based on your current location and interactive radar.
Our tablet news app enables you to get the latest news as it breaks, in a design specifically made for your iPad. It features an intuitive layout that makes reading local news easy and fun.
Get to your app store today, as the sale ends this Sunday, Jan. 6.
TO GET THE APPS:
* Storm Shield: Search for "Storm Shield" in your device's app store or:
-------> Download Storm Shield from the Apple iTunes store: http://bit.ly/V9mxqa
-------> Download Storm Shield from the Android Google Play store: http://bit.ly/TuM79w
* iPad app: Search for "WXYZ" in Apple's app store or click here: http://bit.ly/TZywe0
WE HAVE FREE APPS TOO
And be sure to download our free news apps for you iPhone/iOS, Android, Kindle Fire or other mobile device. Simply search for "WXYZ" in your app store. The iOS and Android apps include breaking news "push" alerts from WXYZ.com and 7 Action News.
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