Digital Access Includes:
Unlimited access to the Tampa Bay Times' website, tampabay.com – including all online articles, blog posts, videos, slideshows and other multimedia features – from any computer, tablet or mobile device including 5 years of searchable archives. A few highlights of tampabay.com: a look that makes better use of photos and video, personalization with “My Edition," improved navigation and a smarter site search to help you find what you’re looking for faster. The website also resizes to any screen – desktop, laptop, tablet or smartphone – so you’ll receive all the functionality without downloading any extra apps.
The e-newspaper is an exact digital replica of the printed paper. It's not a website, but a digital reproduction of the daily Tampa Bay Times, including every article and photograph in all editions. It can be read on your computer and mobile devices*, or you can save it to your laptop. It can be viewed on a Kindle, Sony Reader, Nook, iPhone and BlackBerry with e-book, or read on an iPad, iPhone or Android devices with apps downloaded from the app stores. You can also listen to articles on your computer. The e-newspaper allows you to search newspapers within 1 year of the current edition by topic, person, event or keyword in seconds. You can also use a daily notification feature to email you when articles with certain keywords appear in that day’s paper. You can print, share and email articles and pictures.
*The e-newspaper is not supported on all devices.
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