Telegraph launches free Apple iPhone app

New features include the ability to instantly share interesting stories or pictures via email, Twitter or Facebook at the touch of a button, and access to video reports and picture galleries.

Users can also use the application to alert the Telegraph to a breaking news story. By clicking on the “Report” button, users can upload a photo and give a brief eyewitness account of breaking news.

The Guardian and BBC need to catch up on this one – the ability to instantly upload a picture to the paper is clever. The Telegraph will reap a harvest on this one.

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