Army Unveils Online Mobile Apps Store; Matthew MacLaughlin, Brian Robertson Comment

mobileThe U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command has introduced an online store of mobile applications in an effort to improve information access for uniformed personnel, the Army reported Friday.

C. Todd Lopez writes soldiers can access interactive digital content and unclassified apps hosted on the TRADOC Application Gateway online store by entering their Army Knowledge Online username and password on the website

Matthew MacLaughlin Jr., senior mobile instructional design specialist at TRADOC, said the command plans to launch up to 150 mobile apps that can run on iPhone, Windows and Android phones on TAG by January.

Brian Robertson, program integrator at the office of the TRADOC capability manager for mobile learning, said the command requires mobile apps to be free of any malicious codes and contain recent and accurate data before it can host such apps on the Web-based store.

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