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Digikey: now there’s an app for that

Posted on Tuesday, November 30th, 2010 in parts, utilities by the machinegeek

Now there are Android and Iphone apps for Digikey! More than just a marketing tool, this app is useful for checking on what package types a component is manufactured in and includes an instant link to datasheets.

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2 Responses to “Digikey: now there’s an app for that”

  1. Rick says:

    Also, it’s nice for order tracking. I am using it on my Nexus One.

  2. Digi-Key says:

    Thanks for the post! Our app works on your iPad and iPod, too. Keep watch for new mobile applications and resources!

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