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9 On Your Side mobile app gets a facelift

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GREENVILLE, N.C. - 9 On Your Side's mobile app has gotten a facelift!

Now you can get push notifications that open up the article directly. There's no more trying to find that article in the app.

We've also added a Notification Center, which is where all pushed stories live in case you missed them.

One noticeable difference on the front page is that the extended forecast is right there on the front screen.

There are also some design improvements that make the app better, like choosing the layout of story content.

Send us your suggestions and feedback so we can continue to make the best news app for you. There are more enhancements coming soon!

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