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

Terms of Service:

What’s New

Version 3.2.64

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

4.3 out of 5
273 Ratings

273 Ratings

Morgan06239 ,

Enjoying reading ProJo

For the most part, I am enjoying reading the eProJo as part of my morning routine. It’s essentially the same rag I grew up with. Familiar layout. Informative - though I actually get the world and national news from other sources. I read the ProJo because of the local Rhode Island news. It’s the only local paper that covers all of R.I. ( & parts of MA). Loads easily and, since no actual paper, no waste or clutter. My only complaint is that at times pictures/drawings/cartoons load fuzzy and remain so. Very frustrating when I am trying read the commentary.....

Earlrond ,

Revised review: Links don’t work, other major bugs

April 15:

The latest revision has fixed the problems with nonworking links and rendering issues, and the security certificate error is gone. Getting the update to recognize my subscription through Apple was a bit of an ordeal, and required deleting and reloading the app. Swiping and resizing the paper image is still dodgy, and the fuzzy rendering reported in another review still occurs for certain graphical components.

I am changing my rating from one to three stars.

April 3:

There are major problems with the latest version on my iPad*: links don’t work at all; rendering is buggy, with photos and other graphical elements frequently bleeding into text areas, resulting in unreadable text; swiping/resizing pages is dodgy; constant error message at the top regarding an invalid security certificate. (At least I think that’s what it is saying, as the lower part if the text line is cut off. Even the error messages are rendered with errors!)

This update was clearly issued without adequate testing and should not have been released at all, especially during a global crisis. I hope the app is fixed soon. Until then, I will have to read the ProJo on my ancient iPad 2, which is still running the previous version and works fine.

The downward spiral continues. C’mon, Gannett!

* iPad Pro 12.9” 2nd gen, iPadOS 13.3.1

ELSworstAPPever ,

This is easily the worst app on my iPad

I can’t believe I actually have to pay to use it. It’s a struggle to use. It’s unresponsive at times and slow to respond all the time. Most links don’t work. When you hit the link to go to article on another page, most times it brings you right back to A1. When you hit the arrow to the next page, many times it also brings you back to AI. It’s been like since the release of this version and it’s embarrassing that is is STILL this bad. Does anyone at the journal use the app or even look at it? I may have to cancel my subscription if they can’t fix it. At the moment it appears they don’t even care to try. The old app was great. Maybe a tweak here or there may have made it better, but anything is better than this CRAPP. The only reason this is getting as high as a 1 star is because it won’t allow me to give it 0 strays. This is a media company, you need to do better

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