iCampaign Hots Up

Labour has an iPhone App scheduled for release in early February.  Dithering is not the preserve of Downing Street, the digital team admit they have yet to finalise the specification.

They want it to sync to local campaign events using GPS and postcode data, have a mobile version of their Virtual Phone Bank enabling a user to phone target voters plus have linkage into Facebook and Twitter.

With Labour’s record on IT projects Guido will bet it over-runs on cost and doesn’t work properly…

UPDATE : A Tory source says sniffily “We’ll announce our app when it is ready for release” The LibDems are experimenting with tin cans and string.




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