Just because President Obama’s State of the Union address won’t conflict with the season premiere of “Lost”, that doesn’t mean Americans don’t have plans for the new date, Wednesday, January 27th. Don’t worry, taxpayers, the White House has got your back: Mashable has the news that our government has released their very own iPhone app, which will allow mobile users to stream the address, live, over their devices.
The app, simply entitled “The White House,” provides news and announcements available from the White House’s standard website, and promises the live video streaming feature will not just be for the upcoming State of the Union address. Other planned streams include an upcoming Town Hall meeting in Ohio on Friday, and the president’s speech on National Mentoring Month. The app is free to download from the App Store right now. Well, sort of free. You pay for it out of your paycheck every two weeks, after all.
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