Anti-graft watchdog launches mobile app
Updated: 2015-01-01 12:40
A screen shot of the anti-graft watchdog app.[Photo/chinadaily.com.cn]
China's disciplinary watchdog launched a mobile application on Thursday, as part of its efforts to reach to a broader audience amid China's anti-corruption campaign.
The new application offers users breaking news related to major anti-corruption moves, such as inspection updates and the efforts of building an honest Party and government.
The app is available for both Apple's iOS devices and Android devices.
The current website was revamped on thrusday with more interactive features.
The CCDI website has become one of the most popular websites since it went online last September. From time to time, it will publish news of corrupt "tigers" and "flies", corrupt high and low-level officials.
Many of China's Internet users say the CCDI website is the most timely and authoritative source of corruption news in the ongoing campaign. A TV documentary produced by CCDI said graft busters deliberately choose a certain time to publish news of corrupt officials to expand its influence.
Scan the following QR code to download the app.
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