Handsfree News is Released to Make Driving Safer

LLLo, Inc. announces free online news reader app to save time and improve safety.

Orlando, FL, July 27, 2012 --(PR.com)-- LLLo, Inc. announced today the release of Handsfree News, a free mobile app for iPhone that helps you find the news online that you would normally read, and then reads it to you like a podcast or audio book.

“The concept for Handsfree News came about as I was in a rush to a meeting but really wanted to read an article that was relevant to my meeting,” said Adam Schwartz, CEO. “I couldn’t do both at the same time.”

This is not an uncommon dilemma – the average person spends over 30 minutes reading the latest news, and over one hour in the car per day. Combining these activities helps save time and allows them to stay up to date on current events without creating distracted drivers.

Handsfree News allows the user to read articles from sites like CNN, newspaper sites, Fox News, NPR, ABC News, or any other online news channels. These articles can then be added to the app through a simple interface, and then the article is read to the user by the iPhone or iPad.

About LLLo, Inc.

LLLo, Inc. designs custom iOS and Android applications for businesses, priding themselves on being able to create great applications at a very affordable rate. The LLLo team can build almost any type of application a business may want.
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