Time to listen to bilingual newspapers

16:05, October 20, 2010      

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China Mobile's application store, Mobile Market, will offer the China Daily application, allowing customers to download print, picture and audio features at a price ranging from free to a one-time charge of 5 yuan (75 cents).

Subscribers can download China Daily audio programs via Mobile Market to their mobile phones to hear English-learning and entertainment features offline.

All English/Chinese news items - updated throughout each day - are accompanied by high-tech audio versions, read by veteran English-language news broadcasters.

Mobile Market is a value-added business platform established by China Mobile under the age of 3G. According to China Mobile's website, more than 2,000 companies and 50,000 individuals are providing these applications.

"China Mobile is a global leader in innovative, high-technology mobile communications for the world's largest mobile phone market. We are delighted to be a partner in this enterprise and its cutting-edge Mobile Market," said Zhang Xingbo, president of the China Daily website.

China Daily began its partnership with China Mobile in early 2008, providing bilingual mobile news editions.

By People's Daily Online/ China Daily

(Editor:王千原雪)

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