e-tech to go

e-tech fans can now read the IEC magazine anytime, anywhere

By Zoé Smart

Following a number of requests by attendees at the IEC 2012 General Meeting in Oslo, Norway, the IEC has developed an app that allows readers to access e-tech magazine online in a smartphone and tablet-tailored format and save it for reading offline as well.

The recently launched e-tech app is available for tablets and smart phones
The recently launched e-tech app is available for tablets and smart phones

An app for iOS and Android devices

Readers of the magazine, which provides the latest IEC news and developments in the electrotechnical Standardization and Conformity Assessment fields, expressed the wish to be able to read the magazine offline, a feature they said would be particularly useful when travelling or when having limited access to wifi. The app is designed for both iOS and Android mobile devices.

Features for easy reading

Once the app has been installed, users see the latest issue and have the possibility to scroll through back issues. They can download those of interest and ‘leaf’ through them anytime, even when offline. The app also gives users the possibility to zoom into the page and bookmark pages for easy reading. Each issue is also fully searchable, and can be shared as a pdf via email.

The e-tech app is available on iTunes (for iOS devices) and Google Play (for Android devices).

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The recently launched e-tech app is available for tablets and smart phones The recently launched app is available for tablets and smart phones
The app has a variety of fetaures for easy reading The app has a variety of fetaures for easy reading
Download the app today on your mobile device! Download the app today on your mobile device!