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NewsWhip Spike On Mobile: Every Story That Matters, In Your Hand

Great news for all Spike users – a mobile web version of Spike is now available on all devices. 

For the past while, one of the most-requested features we’ve had from Spike users is to make Spike more usable on mobile.

Our tech team has just finished some upgrades to do just that, on both iOS and Android. If you log into Spike on mobile today, you’ll notice a number of improvements, aimed at making the mobile Spike experience much stronger.

It works in your mobile browser, meaning you don’t have to download anything to start using it – just go to spike.newswhip.com and log in with your regular details.

We’ve kept the familiar features and visuals you know in Spike. All your saved panels are easily accessible to the left of your screen:

NewsWhip Spike panels on mobile

You can filter results any way you like, to see stories and posts with the most total social engagements, or the predicted engagements that they’ll gather in the next few hours. Choose any of the panels, and you’ll get the feed of results:

Stories in NewsWhip Spike on Mobile

Just like in desktop Spike, you can filter your results by any metric or time period. This is perfect for catching up on stories on the go, but you can take any actions on stories in mobile that you can on your regular account. Share posts and stories with team members on Slack and email, and add to your own watch lists.

Each story’s associated social data is made also made available on mobile, giving you a complete overview of the stories that matter in any niche. Screenshot and share to illustrate stories that are taking off.

Story's social data in NewsWhip Spike on mobile.

To get one-tap access to Spike, add it as a bookmark to your home screen. Spike on mobile perfectly compliments your desktop log-in and office heads-up display, making sure you’ll never miss an important story again.

We’ll continue to build out Spike’s functionality on mobile. In the meantime, we’d love to hear your feedback on the new iteration. Please get in touch with any comments or questions: spike at newswhip dot com.

 

If you’d like to try Spike out, sign up for a free trial today