Babel Street, the world’s data-to-knowledge company, today announced the release of its mobile application (app) for both iOS and Android, which allows users to access publicly available information (PAI) from around the globe. Derived from hundreds of thousands of data sources in more than 200 languages, the app’s intuitive user interface (UI) allows users to access the recently launched Babel Channels’ pre-curated content, as well as their organization’s fully customized Babel X Filters, all on the go via mobile device. Current customers will have access to the mobile app.
According to eMarketer, the average U.S. adult will spend 3 hours, 43 minutes on mobile devices each day in 2019. As mobile devices are an increasingly important tool for the modern workforce, Babel Street created a seamless workflow for its customers to remotely access the actionable, data-driven knowledge from its solutions. For example, the app can be leveraged by first responders who are on the ground during a natural disaster to identify which areas need assistance.
“As a broader range of users and verticals are leveraging Babel Street’s products, we want to make sure our tools can be used at their desks or on the go,” said John Weaver, senior vice president of product at Babel Street. “Babel Street is unbound by language or location, so it was vital that access to it was also unbound by device.”