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Israel’s military has officially launched a new app that claims to provide an accurate, timely and accurate news feed to all Israeli soldiers.
The app, Appareil, has been developed by the Israeli military and allows soldiers to access news on their mobile phones from a dedicated app.
The service, which is available for free to all soldiers and reservists, has garnered widespread praise for its accuracy.
Appareils military unit will soon be able to use it for the first time, and its developers say that its accuracy has been verified by independent sources.
“The accuracy of Appareille is the best in the world,” IDF Spokesperson Lieutenant-General Benny Gantz said.
“It is more accurate than other news apps in the area.
Apparel, shoes, the uniform, even the toilet paper have been verified through independent sources.”
Appareilles military unit, which has a mission of fighting against the terrorist organization Hamas, was launched in 2017, and has reportedly gained more than 30,000 soldiers.
Appereils news feed is the result of a long-standing collaboration between the IDF and Apparelli, an Israeli technology company, which was founded in 2015 by former IDF soldier Yitzhak Bar-On.
Bar-One, a close ally of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, recently announced that his company had invested in Appareill in a $5 million funding round.
According to Bar-Oss, the company is currently working to expand Apparell’s functionality and expand its functionality to cover more areas, such as providing a daily feed for soldiers in the field and allowing the app to provide daily updates.
The IDF has been actively promoting the app for the last several months.
The army’s social media team has been working with Appareiles developers and has been sharing videos of Appereil on social media channels, such to Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and YouTube.
Apparseil is one of a number of apps currently in development by the IDF.
The Defense Ministry has also created a new mobile app, which it said will be launched in 2020.