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First Unofficial WikiLeaks App

You can think Julian Assange should have been TIME's person of the year or not -- we're not here to discuss Assange's (and his team's) actions. There's an unofficial WikiLeaks iPhone and iPad app in the App Store, and it was released earlier today. It's available now at $1.99.

The app sports a nice and clean interface design, and allows you to check on the latest WikiLeaks' updates from Twitter or the organization's website. Both the tweets and the website are formatted for the iPhone and iPad. WikiLeaks App can automatically forward to the latest mirror and access the CableGate page.

WikiLeaks App for iPhone and iPad is available here at $1.99.

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