The Palm Beach Post 12+

Breaking News + eNewspaper


    • 4.1 • 626 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



We're dedicated to our community – a mission carried out through impactful journalism at The Palm Beach Post. As journalists, we're dedicated to digging deep, uncovering truths, and providing comprehensive information. We hold a responsibility to inform our community, ensuring all deserving stories are shared.

We're driven by the belief that local journalism holds immense value – our coverage spans from our pristine beaches to the vibrant neighborhoods, capturing live breaking news every day.

We're the trusted narrators of our community, here to serve you.

• Uncovering abuses of power within our community through investigative journalism.
• Discovering the best of our dining scene guided by Pulitzer-winning journalist Liz Balmaseda.
• Local sports coverage tailored to locals: featuring the Marlins, Heat, Dolphins, Gators, and Seminoles.
• Stay informed about the real estate market in Palm Beach with The Dirt newsletter.
• Engaging app features including real-time alerts, captivating podcasts, a personalized feed, and the eNewspaper, a digital replica of the newspaper, among others.

• Stay informed with real-time breaking news alerts from The Palm Beach Post
• Personalized feed on the all-new For You page, customized to match your interests
• Enjoy the eNewspaper, a digital replica of our print edition for seamless reading

Stay Engaged with Palm Beach:
Access comprehensive news and insights about Palm Beach, West Palm Beach, and South Florida. Experience our engaging coverage of daily events and beyond.

Stay updated on:
Palm Beach news, Florida news, local news, breaking news, West Palm Beach, politics, sports, entertainment, weather, opinion, journalism, and South Florida with daily news content from the Palm Beach Post.

Subscription Info:
The Palm Beach Post app is available for free download, granting access to select free articles each month. Subscriptions renew monthly or annually, charged to your account upon purchase confirmation. You can disable auto-renewal in your account settings at least 24 hours before the current period concludes. See "Subscription Support" in the app's Settings for detailed information and customer service.

• Privacy Policy:
• Terms of Service:
• Questions or Comments:

What’s New

Version 27.9.1

• We've resolved an issue where the eNewspaper did not load on initial install or update. For any questions, feedback or concerns, please reach out to

Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
626 Ratings

626 Ratings

number 1 reader ,

Palm Beach Post / a must read

My day begins with a cup of coffee and the Palm Beach Post. I love to read the paper as a way to start the day. It keeps me informed about my community and the world. My only problem is the cost of the print home delivery, it has gotten too expensive for me. So I’ve switched to reading the electronic version. The electronic edition is good but you can’t beat holding the paper in your hands to read it.

Developer Response ,

Thank you for your positive review of our app! We're thrilled that you're enjoying it. We would be honored to use your review for our marketing efforts. With your permission, we'll include your review in our promotional materials while respecting your privacy. We'll only use your first name or initials, and we won't disclose any personal information. If you agree, please let us know, and we'll proceed accordingly. Your support means a lot to us!

Bill2go ,

Absolutely horrible!

Even with a paid subscription, this app is inundated with invasive, annoying, advertisements continuously popping up each time you open it. I thought if I paid for a subscription, the advertisements would go away. Nope. Even on every individual article you click on, you are bombarded with annoying pop-ups which are either more advertisements, or a question about the app’s content. Instead of having a page with a simple list of headings I can click on, to choose which articles I wish to view, there’s always some invasive pop-up steering you towards what the PB Post wants you to view. I accidentally clicked on the live feed icon and video started playing immediately. It was loud and disruptive, since I was in an office environment, and the worst part is that the video wasn’t news. It was another advertisement, a typical television commercial. There was no way to stop the video. I ended up having to force close the app. The app’s entire UI is sloppy, cluttered and disorganized. I don’t recommend this app. It’s more annoying, than informative. There are much better, more informative local news apps out there for free.

Developer Response ,


We apologize that you have encountered an issue and assure you that we want to resolve as quickly as possible. For the fastest and most effective support, please visit us at, select your state and then your specific publication. Our technical support team is available ready and eager to assist via your preferred service channel.

Please note, if you subscribed through the Apple App Store you can manage your subscription on your mobile device or by contacting the originating service provider for assistance.

Thank you.

Defbugler ,

New app not user friendly!

This new version of the Palm Beach post app is just awful! It’s not user friendly as as the previous blue app which doesn’t create the same enjoyable “reading the paper in the morning with a cup of coffee” experience as before. I used to be able to download the paper first thing in the morning just in case of a frequent fickle internet glitch by clicking on “download” and know it was downloaded . Now, even though the paper is supposed to download when the app is opened I don’t believe it is because when I’m offline, I’m only able to read the first few pages. Where’s the rest of it? The previous blue icon app saved my preferences so I could read it in the same format and font size I preferred without having to do that every day. Also, with the previous app I could click on Pages and go directly to that page. Now, it doesn’t. Maybe it’s just me not being able to enjoy reading the paper without frustration, even so, it should be an indicator of your app not being user friendly. The previous app wasn’t broken, didn’t need fixing but this new one sure does!

App Privacy

The developer, Gannett, 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:

  • Location
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data

Data Linked to You

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

  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

More By This Developer

Detroit Free Press: Freep
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
The Detroit News
Cincinnati Sports

You Might Also Like

Sun Sentinel
WPTV News Channel 5 West Palm
WPBF 25 News - West Palm Beach
CBS12 News
Miami Herald News