Tampa Bay Times e-Newspaper 12+

Times Publishing Company

Designed for iPad

    • 4.6 • 2.4K Ratings
    • Free



Read the e-Newspaper of the Tampa Bay Times. Florida’s largest newspaper. The Tampa Bay Times has long possessed a reputation for quality and independence. It has won twelve Pulitzer prizes, the most recent two in 2016 for Local and Investigative Reporting. The daily newspaper circulates in the Tampa Bay area and beyond.

What’s New

Version 3.6.09

- Improved stability
- Bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
2.4K Ratings

2.4K Ratings

Dave MacDaddy ,

Great Update!

This app was recently updated and I couldn’t be happier about it! Updates can be a hit or miss situation but I think the developers got it just right now. Besides a needed UI update that looks gorgeous and is easy to navigate, in my experience thus far the stability and smoothness of the app as a whole has reached new levels, eliminating many little bugs that I have put up with for years. I am a huge fan of the comics, read daily for many years, and the app for years was very flaky when resizing the page on my mobile devices... all of them. Now, the pages load effortlessly and resize without incident. You would not believe how happy that makes me... there were times that I would have to open and close the paper completely a few times before the comics pages would load in focus. Good job Tampa Bay Times!

Postal hunter ,

I’m liking the app better than the real paper

I have been a life long reader of the St. Petersburg times. I love the print version and thought I would never be like reading the paper on an iPad. Due to the economic downturn caused by COVID-19 the St. Pete Times suspended home delivery, except on Wednesday and Sunday. I have been forced to adapt and at first I hated it. But after a month, I have to say that I prefer newspaper on the iPad. Mainly because it’s easier. You click on an article and it’s right in front of you. Not at the top of the page or at the crease and the inevitable second part is there also. The Sunday Times(if you have home delivery) comes with a printed supplement that has all of the puzzles for the week. This was an A++ reason for my enjoying the e-paper. So to sum it up, I love it and don’t see any reason to return daily delivery.

Remplir 9 ,

Changing with The Times

I’ve been a daily print subscriber of TBT for over twenty years. Reading the newspaper has always helped ground me for the day ahead. So I felt almost bereft when I learned that TBT was eliminating the print edition five days each week. But I understood very well the need for TBT to cut costs in the throes of the Coronavirus pandemic. So, I tried the app and began using the e-edition. I must admit, after a few days I became very comfortable with the e-edition and I’ve become a fan of several of its advantages (increased content, more columnists, beautiful color photography, and the ability to adjust the font size to my needs at age 67). If seven days of print eventually resumes, I will most likely return to my old habit. But I’m very impressed with the app, the e-newspaper, and the thoughtful, gracious way the TBT introduced this transition to its readers.

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