How to get The Baltimore Sun iPad app

March 23, 2012

UPDATE: All Access Memberships will be available the week of March 26. Questions? Email sundigital@baltsun.com

Download the app

The app is free to download. Headlines and image previews in the app are also free.

Join for unlimited access

Users with Baltimore Sun All Access Digital membership can log in to view all the app's content. Users may also purchase a monthly subscription to just the iPad app for $9.99 a month through iTunes.

  • To become a member, visit the All Access page on baltimoresun.com early next week

Feedback

Ask questions about using, downloading or subscribing to the app, or, submit bug reports or suggestions for content or improvements you would like to see at sunapps.uservoice.com. Or, email mobile@baltimoresun.com.

About the app

The Baltimore Sun iPad app combines the best of Web and print into one sleek, convenient experience.

Keep up with the news

Whether it's a big story — or a small story that's big to you — you won't miss it. With top news right up front, you can easily navigate to topic-based sections, as well as breaking news and social media feeds, all updated throughout the day.

…without being rushed

One-tap buttons make it easy to bookmark content for later, or download for offline viewing.

Choice and control

Intuitive tap-and-swipe navigation takes you straight to the content that matters most to you.

Variable text sizes ensure comfortable reading.

Built-in tools let you share content with friends and family without leaving the app.

…without being overwhelming

Stories in each section are numbered, so you know how many you've seen and how many you have left.

Bright, crisp digital photos and video

High-resolution photos and videos from Sun staff and photojournalists around the world bring the news to life.

…in a clean, print-inspired format

Streamlined presentation gives you all of the content without any of the clutter

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