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Thursday, March 29, 2018

You can now read Metro Times on Apple's News app

Posted By on Thu, Mar 29, 2018 at 4:07 PM

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Given the particularly tumultuous nature of social media — we're looking at you Facebook — and the fact that many Metro Times readers access our content through these platforms, we've been looking for ways to expand our digital horizons as of late.
So, while we haven't (and probably won't) join the list of companies leaving Facebook, we're branching out and finding new ways to get our articles to you.
And now, you can read Metro Times via Apple News.



iPhone users can go to the News app, search "Metro Times" and subscribe to our channel. Or you can just click here to go directly to our channel. As more people subscribe, we will be able to send push notifications, allowing the news to come to you.

As always, readers can also subscribe to our newsletters, which come direct to your inbox three times a week.

Wherever you see us on the web, be sure to like/follow/subscribe to keep up with the Metro Times. As always, thanks for reading.

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