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Sea Shepherd iPhone, iPad App Now Available

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Looking for a way to get all the latest Sea Shepherd news beyond your computer?

The anti-whaling org has just released a brand new iPhone and iPad app — further connecting supporters with all the latest info, pictures, and videos on their various campaigns.

“Technology continues to change the way the world receives information and breaking news. I’m grateful that we are one of the first non-profit conservation organizations to leverage this technology and send updates to our supporters [via iPhones] with the click of a button. Sea Shepherd is ready for this year’s campaign with the goal of financially ‘sinking’ Japan’s illegal whaling operations. This new tool will allow iPhone users to do their part by staying informed, sharing updates to improve awareness and raise funds, and help ensure our success to end this barbaric slaughter,” said Captain Paul Watson in a release.

Other non-profits should certainly take note of this new app — as many of the elements included provide an extremely efficient way to reach supporters. For instance, not only can you stay on top of Sea Shepherd events through a handy calendar, but there are also Facebook and Twitter feeds, easy donation opportunities, and instant access to a slew of other breaking news sections. In short, it’s a great mobile app for anyone looking to support the SS.

To pick it up (yes, it’s free), jump here.

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