Try the new Argus app
8:02pm Monday 16th September 2013 in News
YOU can now get more from your Argus online with our great new iPad app.
The app will bring you all the latest Argus news and sports stories plus up-to-the-minute national news and sport and all the very latest showbiz news and gossip.
There is also a nationwide property and jobs search section.
As the app develops, there will be dedicated channels for Newport County AFC and Newport Gwent Dragons news, and for our popular letters section.
You can access our app from the iTunes App Store. Simply search for South Wales Argus and then follow the instructions to download the app.
Our new app is only available initially to iPad and iPad mini users but will soon be available to view on iPhones and other mobile devices.
There is a 28-day free trial for everyone who downloads the app. After that, it will cost £9.99 for four weeks via a subscription that will be renewed automatically unless you request otherwise.
The app is updated throughout the day so £9.99 works out at just over 35p a day. That's great value but there are also ways of getting the app for free after the 28-day trial runs out.
Next month we will be printing a QR code in the Argus every day. This is a bit like a barcode that you scan with your iPad or other mobile device.
If you buy the paper, simply scan the QR code and you will have free access to the app for 24 hours.
Better still, if you are one of our direct delivery customers you will be rewarded for your loyalty to us and receive a special code that will allow you to download the app for free. Your free access will stay in place while you remain one of our customers.
Did you know you can get you TV listings on southwalesargus.co.uk?
The guide can be found in our Leisure section or via a button on the homepage and includes local listings for every channel up to a month ahead, plus reviews, pictures and recommendations, for terrestrial, Freeview, Sky, Virgin, Top-Up and Freesat.
The guide collects all video on demand available across the UK – BBC iPlayer, ITV Player, 4OD, Demand Five and Sky Player (for Sky subscribers).
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