Franklin Delano Roosevelt brought the country closer by using radio to deliver his “fireside chats.”
John F. Kennedy rose to fame thanks to the proliferation of televisions in American homes.
Now, Obama is pressing forward with the new technology of his time — the mobile app.
Earlier this week, The White House released a memo about this new push.
The memo states:
For far too long, the American people have been forced to navigate a labyrinth of information across different Government programs in order to find the services they need. In addition, at a time when Americans increasingly pay bills and buy tickets on mobile devices, Government services often are not optimized for smartphones or tablets, assuming the services are even available online.