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HeritageDaily on iOS & Android

HeritageDaily, the online magazine and publisher has launched a major update to its dedicated app for iTunes and Google Play

HeritageDaily first published in 2011, since then, the publication has grown to become a recognised brand across academic circles, particularly in archaeology, anthropology and palaeoanthropology.

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The application (now available for all iPhone models on iTunes, in addition to the Android App live on Google Play) allows customers to carry in their pocket, the latest discoveries across these primary disciplines, in addition to several other studies such as geology, palaeontology, astronomy, chemistry, physics, natural science and many more..

Our promise:

Fact not fiction.
No pseudo-science or satire.
Unbiased with no political or religious agenda.
Our contributors range from the leading academic institutions, universities and research projects from across the globe.

App Specifications:

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Released: May 31, 2017
Version: 1.0
Size: 69.8 MB
Language: English

Compatibility:

Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Subject Areas:

Archaeology, Anthropology, Heritage, Palaeontology, Palaeoanthropology, Atmospheric Science, Geology, Space & Planetary, Natural Historty, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Tech & Engineering & Travel

 

 

 


HeritageDaily also recently published “Hidden London” for a partner project with the London History Group – Mapping London’s forgotten historical monuments.


 

 

 

 

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Mark Milligan
Mark Milligan
Mark Milligan is multi-award-winning journalist and the Managing Editor at HeritageDaily. His background is in archaeology and computer science, having written over 7,500 articles across several online publications. Mark is a member of the Association of British Science Writers (ABSW), the World Federation of Science Journalists, and in 2023 was the recipient of the British Citizen Award for Education, the BCA Medal of Honour, and the UK Prime Minister's Points of Light Award.
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