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Advocate launches mobile edition Web site

It’s never been easier to keep up with what’s happening in the world.

And now it’s even more convenient to stay up to date with local news from your hometown newspaper.

Technology has paved the way for The Greenville Advocate to complement its reliable print edition — a service provided weekly since 1865 — with new vehicles for delivering local news to Butler County.

Nearly 80 percent of Butler County households report reading The Greenville Advocate in print or online, according to a July survey conducted by Pulse Research of Portland, Oregon.

Our online readers are treated to comprehensive local coverage including news, photos, opinion, sports, records and obituaries — all updated daily.

For those plugged in to popular social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook, links are available to the newspaper’s feeds at www.greenvilleadvocate.com.

It’s now even easier to grab up-to-the-minute local news on the go, thanks to our recently launched mobile edition Web site.

Ideal for users of the iPhone, Blackberry and other popular smart phones, our mobile edition has a quick, clean interface that’s perfect for handheld devices.

You can get there by following the link on our homepage, or by simply typing m.greenvilleadvocate.com into your Web browser.

Extensive photo galleries are available 24-7 on Spotted. You can browse community events shot by newspaper staff or check out galleries loaded by your neighbors. You can even load your own.

Get there by visiting spotted.greenvilleadvocate.com.