Tampa Bay Times e-newspaper

Tampa Bay Times e-newspaper


Flip through the e-newspaper of the Tampa Bay Times, Florida’s largest newspaper. The Tampa Bay Times, formerly called the St. Petersburg Times, has long possessed a reputation for quality and independence. It has won 10 Pulitzer prizes, the most recent in 2014 for local reporting. The daily newspaper circulates in the Tampa Bay area and beyond.
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About Tampa Bay Times e-newspaper
Flip through the e-newspaper of the Tampa Bay Times, Florida’s largest newspaper. The Tampa Bay Times, formerly called the St. Petersburg Times, has long possessed a reputation for quality and independence. It has won 10 Pulitzer prizes, the most recent in 2014 for local reporting. The daily newspaper circulates in the Tampa Bay area and beyond.

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Apr 30, 2015
Great app
A Google User
Apr 25, 2015
Poor design
A Google User
Mar 10, 2015
Does not work on tablets It does not let you view the print large enough without reading glasses.
A Google User
Mar 1, 2015
Horrible Was getting used to its deficiencies and then this morning's paper is unreadable in article view. You read a line of an article then it flashes back to the list of sections. I use the companion Washington Post for my daily news and only use the Tampa Bay Times mobile app for the local news and Sudoku. Galaxy S5, running lollipop.
A Google User
Jan 19, 2015
Inexcusably Bad This app should be a complete embarrassment to the Times. It is essentially unreadable. It lacks a function that allows one to read article text in a scale appropriate for a mobile device. Many free apps do a much better job of accomplishing this simple task . This has been a problem since the inception of the app and apparently no one at the Times cares enough to improve it.