5 Things to Know About the New IBM Redbooks Mobile App
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Wait, what? A Redbooks mobile app? You bet! The official Redbooks mobile app was recently released, offering all the capabilities of the Redbooks web site and more. Ninety-one percent of users keep their mobile device within arm's reach 100 percent of the time, and a typical user reaches for their mobile device 150 times a day. Now, when they reach for their device, they’ll be able to get the latest Redbooks technical enablement materials. Here are 5 things to know about the Redbooks mobile app:
1. Get what you need, when you need it
The app gives you access to thousands of Redbooks publications, from classic Redbooks to the latest Solution Guides, Product Guides, Redguides, Point-of-View publications and more, covering a wide range of your needs, from making purchasing decisions to planning projects to implementing products and services.
2. Seek and find
We’ve made it easy for you to find exactly what you need quickly, from the most recently published Redbooks to the most popular, or by subject area or publication type such as Redguide or Solution Guide. You can also search across all Redbooks publications by keyword, with results returned in a matter of seconds.
3. Reading is fun
Enjoy the reading experience with a number of helpful options:
4. Get social
Engage with other users and get up-to-the-minute news and help. The app enables you to connect with Redbooks through social channels like Twitter, Google+, and LinkedIn, where tens of thousands of Redbooks users are discussing the latest topics, answering questions, and sharing news.
While the app provides access to Redbooks publications, it also connects you to Redbooks blog posts and videos for additional timely, multimedia technical enablement resources. Plus, you can get the very latest news from Redbooks, from announcements to listings of new residencies and workshops.
The app is available for both iOS (through iTunes) and Android (through Google play). Get it today.
Tara Woodman works on business development, branding and marketing programs for IBM Redbooks. Follow Tara on Twitter at @TaraWoodman.