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Daily Post launches new mobile website

Scan this QR code with your mobile phone to visit the Gwinnett Daily Post's mobile website. 

Scan this QR code with your mobile phone to visit the Gwinnett Daily Post's mobile website. 

The Gwinnett Daily Post and its sister papers from Southern Community Newspapers Inc. have launched new mobile websites to better serve readers using smartphones.

With "Top Stories" and "Featured Stories" sections, the new mobile sites mirror the complete sites found online, but in a format more compatible for the reader on the go. Readers can also browse by category, search content and get local weather forecasts.

These sites are not an "app," but will be automatically detected when readers browsing on smartphones arrive at the site. SCNI papers will also soon launch sites geared specifically toward readers using tablets like iPads.

"In today's world, we need to make our news available to readers when and where they want it, and we really do strive to give our readers access to news in any format they want," said Robert Granfeldt, SCNI's vice president of digital media.

Added Daily Post publisher J.K. Murphy: "This latest version of the Post is designed to be easily read on a smartphone, and it's a great supplement to our print and online editions."