The ePaper app is the printed newspaper delivered right to your device.

Readers can flip through the pages, read stories, photos, and view ads just as they appeared in print.
With multiple viewing options plus interactive features allow you to share articles, have your news read aloud and more.

Enjoy all these features:
- Compatibility for both tablets and phones
- In-depth index of sections and headlines
- All content delivered in a fast, simple interface with multiple viewing modes.
- Streamlined navigation for readers on the go: Flip pages, zoom on articles, rotate to landscape mode.
- Read aloud lets you have articles read back to you
- Tap any article with two fingers to convert to full-screen text
- Archive access to every issue published in the past 30 days
- Download editions for offline reading

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What’s New

Version 4.32.64

Added read and swipe modes in the menu bar.

Read Mode (previous default viewing mode)
- See pages in full screen
- When you single tap an article it will show in text mode
- Double tapping will zoom you into the page

Swipe Mode
- The page fits the width of your screen
- Tap the screen with two fingers to select an article in text mode
- Single or Double tap to zoom in page
- Simple horizontal and vertical swipes to view all content of all pages

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
428 Ratings

428 Ratings

Gettysberg ,

Newspaper app

I’m happy that you moved the page arrows out of the way of reading. If I have to use the email (del when the app only shows the Accent section) I find that it has borders at the top and bottom that are bothersome. Also, the biggest problem with the app is not only just receiving the Accent section only and forcing me to use the email, but the "triple-play" on Accent! Not needed, not required and therefore it is a nuisance. In a hard copy of a newspaper a triple of the Accent section isn’t printed and inserted into the paper; a big waste it would be! A waste here too! Jim

C from Drlray ,

Great Journalism

The Palm Beach post is an award winning paper and we should all feel fortunate to have such a first class publication in our county. I have read a newspaper from cover to cover everyday since I was in elementary school and I want the printed word to survive the electronic generation. It is great to have the convenience of reading the hometown news on my tablet or phone when I am out of town but nothing beats picking up the paper at the end of the driveway, pulling off the bag (and recycling it) and jumping into the days new, puzzles and entertainment. I hope we always have the paper option. So many hometown papers have closed down because people are reading their so called “news” on Facebook or other platforms that are nothing but misinformation peddlers. If we want this great country to survive we must read the real news from honest, educated, hardworking and award winning journalists. Long live the Palm Beach Post and others of it’s ilk.

Christie from Delray Beach

Thedramaclub1 ,

Very unique, useful app

This app gives subscribers the chance to experience the paper both in the way they would read it in the hard copy version as well as a very readable digital version of each article. I really like how you can see the actual newspaper page to choose the story you want to read, but when you click on it, you get to read the whole article-without having to turn the page :-)

It’s a great use of technology that allows the newspaper to keep his character but still be easily accessible on a mobile device.

Kudos to the developers!

App Privacy

The developer, GateHouse Media, Inc., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Used to Track You

The following data may be used to track you across apps and websites owned by other companies:

  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers

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  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

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  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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