Keep yourself updated on the upcoming 2012 elections with NYTimes Election 2012

Everyone is making speculations about the 2012 presidential elections despite the fact that they are almost a year away. You all must be excited about gathering news related to the elections. However, collecting tits and bits of news from various sources can be full of hassles. Wouldn’t it be great if you get all the news at a single platform?

Well, The New York Times has a solution to this as it has released NYTimes Election 2012, an election app for iPhone and iPod touch and made it a one stop platform for sharing the entire political and campaign news. This app is one of its kind in the iPhone apps category.

“Our goal is for the Election 2012 App to be the destination for people turning to their phones to stay on top of the most important campaign stories of the moment,” said Fiona Spruill, New York Times editor of emerging platforms.

NYTimes Election 2012 app will offer deep insights about the elections from sources such as The Times, as well as from various other sources online including The Caucus blog and Five ThirtyEight – the popular NY Times blog. What’s more, you would also get a detailed synopsis of the candidate’s information and campaign data along with the updates of each state. The content of the app is managed by The New York Times editors. Election Guide is also a part of the app content and provides in-depth information to the users.

This kind of extensive election coverage has not been offered by any app until now. The app subscription options include + Smartphone Apps for US$ 14.99 a month and All Digital Access (including the NY Times news app for iPhone and iPad, plus unlimited access to for US$ 34.99 per month. These subscriptions will be renewed every month automatically from your iTunes account.

You can download the app from the iTunes Store.

Title: NYTimes Election 2012
Publisher: The New York Times
Platform: iOS 4.0 or later
Price: Free