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J.P. Morgan Launches iPad Research App

Offers online and offline investment bank research via the iPad.

J.P. Morgan today rolled out a new iPad app that gives clients access to the investment bank's research from their iPads. The J.P. Morgan Research iPad app provides clients with reports and analysis from more than 1,000 analysts on economic indicators, markets, companies and asset classes around the world. Users will be able to access content offline and receive instant alerts when new content they pre-select becomes available.

"This innovative new app delivers our global franchise on an exciting new platform," said Nick O'Donohoe, global head of research at J.P. Morgan, in a statement. "In this fast paced environment, we are committed to ensuring our clients can access ideas and information -- even when on the go."

The J.P. Morgan Research iPad app offers customizable views of research across all asset classes; offline access to any previously read research; instant notification of new research that is of interest to the user; the ability to open research in preferred document readers and to email content directly from the app; and briefcase functionality to permanently store content offline.

"The breadth of content and functionality offered by this application is unequalled in the market," said Peter Cherasia, head of Markets Strategies for J.P. Morgan, whose technology team developed the app. "We will continue to leverage technology to help our clients gain real-time access to the resources they need to navigate complex markets and formulate effective trading strategies."

Subscribers of J.P. Morgan research can download the J.P. Morgan Research app for free at the App store. To view a demo, click here.

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