Wednesday, December 18, 2013
If you have an iPad (or hope to get one under the tree) we invite you to try our newly released Observer app for iPad.
This tablet edition is tailored specifically to take advantage of the iPad’s features. And it’s a leap ahead of our former iPad edition. Among the features I think you’ll like:
-- Easier navigation and a friendlier format.
-- More photos and videos.
-- The ability to leave a comment by a story.
-- More topics added, including a weather page and obituaries.
Also, with one click of an icon (in the uppermost right-hand corner of the screen), you can move from the iPad edition to the E-edition. That’s the very popular replica of the printed Charlotte Observer in a digital format.
What did he say? Yes, the E-edition is a digital replica of the actual printed newspaper.
If you subscribe to the Observer, you already have unlimited access to both of these formats, as well as our smartphone apps (iPhone and Android). If you don’t subscribe, but would like to take a test drive, try a one-month trial subscription for digital access to all of these products for only 99 cents.
We've also made it easy for you to download our apps for iPad, iPhone, Android and Windows 8. Users of all other web-enabled phones will find similar improvements at our mobile website. Simply aim your browser at www.charlotteobserver.com.
We know you spend more time now reading screens of all kinds. Our goal is to always be where you need us to be when you turn to The Charlotte Observer.
Posted by Rick Thames at 3:31 PM