AT&T has just launched their new application, VoterHub, aimed at bringing the presidential election right to your pocket. They’ve teamed up with Pew Center to provide an efficient amount of information in a easy-to-use manner. Just incase you can’t get enough of the election, Voterhub will provide a means of registering to vote, finding voting information, polling locations, election calendars, learning about the candidates, election news, and more.
VoterHub was created to assist citizens even with limited knowledge of the current presidential race. The categories (mentioned above) are self explanatory and will provide all the information needed on the candidates.
“Voting is an important civic duty for each one of us; this is why we are thrilled to launch VoterHub which brings together all of the critical information voters need in one easy-to-use app. VoterHub aims to educate voters and encourage Americans to have their voices heard by voting in the upcoming election.” said Tracy King of AT&T.
A wide-range of the young american audience has very little knowledge of the presidential race. VoterHub by itself could help enhance the average audience’s apprehension of the race in a small amount of time.
The “social” category found within the application allows users to share the stories and information dealt with inside the app. It’s a expeditious way of sharing election information in an easy manner.
VoterHub is available on the Android market free of charge. The iOS version of the application is not yet released.