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The Baltimore Sun News Reader app for iOS works seamlessly with your Apple Watch to make staying informed easier than ever.
Get the extension on an Apple Watch by pairing the watch with an iPhone 5 or above running iOS 8.2 or above that has the Baltimore Sun News Reader app.
The completely rebuilt Baltimore Sun News Reader app for iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, and Android smartphones and tablets helps busy readers keep up with the news they care about most.
The app is free to download. All readers have unlimited access to non-premium content. Unlimited access to premium content (marked with blue plus icons) requires digitalPLUS, which is part of everyday print subscriptions, or an app-only subscription (iOS and Android access sold separately), available for purchase within the app.
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Virtually turn through the same content and layout seen in the morning paper. Read text straight from the print presentation or in a Web format.
Features include article, photograph and ad search; offline browsing; and an archive of recent issues.
Amazon Kindle, Barnes & Noble Nook, and Sony Reader subscriptions deliver an e-reader version of each day's print edition to compatible devices and apps. Issues are automatically sent wirelessly each morning to your device or app.
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