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From critically acclaimed storytelling to investigations that catalyze change in our communities to powerful news and sports photography and compelling videos, our Cape Cod Times app delivers local news that’s customizable to you and delivered quickly.
With a few swipes and taps, stay informed about area news including breaking headlines, public safety, Cape Cod politics and schools, high school sports, restaurants from our renowned food writer Gwen Frisch, the environment, community life and more.
Download the Cape Cod Times app and you won’t just learn what It happened, though why.
The app offers faster load times, prominent and easy-to-read headlines, and improved navigation options to quickly find the content you’re looking for.
The app is organized to put the biggest stories of our moment front and center and make it easy to find the latest content.
Videos and galleries created by our award-winning photography staff are also seamlessly integrated into the app to give you the complete picture.
Under the “Sections” tab, you can choose from a wide selection of topics that interest you most in news, sports, entertainment, lifestyle, business and opinion. Sections you visit frequently will be saved at the top of the tab.
The app should also integrate with social media platforms, so stories you see on Facebook or Twitter will open in the app under your profile.
Customize your app experience by saving your favorite stories, adjusting text size, applying night mode or reading articles offline.
- Give your eyes a rest with Night Mode. You can also adjust the text size to fit your needs.
- If you’re busy, the app’s “Popular” tab is made for you. You’ll find the 20 most read stories from the Cape Cod Times in the last 24 hours.
- Bookmark stories you personally enjoy or are too busy to read right now. Press the bookmark icon, and then find them under the “Save” tab.
- We also have an offline reading mode (turn it on under the gear icon) to catch up on the news during that long, Wi-Fi-free flight.
Alerts for what matters to you
Get real-time breaking news, sports scores, weather updates and more through the app. When that news breaks, you’ll be among the first to know on the Cape.
Alerts can be tailored to your liking and quiet time can be enforced. You can set up notifications when you first download the app or when you change later by clicking the gear icon in the top right and then “Notifications.”
The Times app is free to download. Download it here, right now, and make the news yours.