News-Antique.com - Sep 11,2010 - BRISTOL, U.K. – Paul Fraser Collectibles, producers of a witty and widely read daily e-newsletter for the antiques and art community, has launched a new iPhone app. Aimed at the estimated 200 million serious collectors and investors around the world, the Collector News app is free of charge and provides the latest trade news, views and interviews on demand, 24/7.
The Collector News app features:
· All the latest news from the world's top auction houses
· Pre-auction comment – find out what's heading to auction
· Post-auction results
· Expert opinion and advice
· Interviews with major collectors around the world
· Updates on the collectibles investment market
· Details of the best investment opportunities
The Paul Fraser Collectibles news agency has readers in 193 countries around the world. Now those readers, and anyone else who downloads the iPhone app, will be able to access timely collecting news while on the move.
"The iPhone app is an ideal way of delivering daily news to collectors worldwide,” said Paul Fraser. “We can keep people up to date with constantly changing stories, without overloading them with information. And if they do want more information, they can simply visit our Web site.”
Fraser said projections indicate the number of collectors internationally will double in the next 30 years. His company is investing in technology to keep up with the increasing demand for antiques-sector news.
The free app can be downloaded from the iTunes store through this link: http://itunes.apple.com/app/collectors-news/id374902239.
For more information on Paul Fraser’s Collector News app, e-mail Aisling Tierney at firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit Paul Fraser Collector News online at http://www.paulfrasercollectibles.com/CollectorNews.
About Paul Fraser Collectibles:
Paul Fraser Collectibles, parent company of one of the world's leading collectibles-news agencies, is also a major dealer in investment-grade collectibles. Recent sales include a copy of the Declaration of Independence, George Washington's earliest known signature and Robert Burns' personal Bible.
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Image of the new app just released by Paul Fraser Collector News.