Updated CPI iPhone App and new Nokia News App!

Looking for a way to keep tabs on the latest corruption trends, wherever you are?

We’re very pleased to announce that our original Corruption Perceptions Index iPhone application has now been updated to include the latest data on public sector corruption worldwide. The redesigned app also includes a new CPI game where you score points based on how well you know the index. Our boss Cobus de Swardt has had sleepless nights trying to reach a perfect 10! Do you think you can beat him to it?

We also have teamed up with Nokia to release an all-in-one Transparency International News Service. You can pick up the latest corruption news, press releases and blog posts from around the Transparency International movement, all in one handy little app!

Both apps are free to download at the below links.

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Eric Fichtl

About Eric Fichtl

Eric Fichtl is Web Editor at Transparency International.

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5 Responses to Updated CPI iPhone App and new Nokia News App!

  1. Will 23 March 2012 at 4:31 pm #

    When will you have an android app?

  2. iphone apps 27 March 2012 at 4:04 pm #

    very well made, Thank you very much for the information.
    I will be really useful for all the work we are developing.

  3. Pekka Vainikka 29 March 2012 at 7:37 pm #

    Also asking about the android application -is it coming, too?

  4. Eric Fichtl
    Eric Fichtl 30 March 2012 at 7:54 am #

    Thanks for your comments. At the moment we don’t have an Android app planned, but it’s good to see the interest. I will raise this topic in our discussions about the next Corruption Perceptions Index.

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