A: The e-Newspaper is an updated digital edition of the Observer delivered to your inbox each Thursday, including: every article, photograph, advertisement, even the crossword puzzle! You'll have the ability to download or email articles, photos, etc.
A: You can find the Observer’s e-Newspaper here or search for "Your Observer E-Paper" in the Google Play or Apple app store to download the app. The app is free to download, but the e-Newspaper requires a subscription to read. You can purchase a subscription at YourObserver.com/subscribe
A: In most cases, the e-Newspaper will be available by 5:30 a.m. on your browser and app each Thursday.
A: The Observer app may be downloaded from the Apple app or Google Play stores, but the e-Newspaper requires a subscription to read. Separately, the Observer’s website is available for free through your device's web browser at YourObserver.com.
A: No. You can login using your account username (your email address) and password from wherever you access the internet. If you subscribed on one computer and would like to sign in at a different computer (e.g., home and work computers), go to YourObserver.com/accounts/login
A: Subscriptions are billed monthly or annually by credit or debit cards. Subscriptions will be renewed automatically, and you will be charged in advance of each monthly renewal cycle unless you cancel.
A: The printed Observer remains FREE and can be picked at more than 1,500 locations. Find a copy here. Content on YourObserver.com is still FREE and available to non-subscribers. The e-Newspaper is the only version of our news that requires a subscription.
A: The Observer is available anywhere there's an internet connection, so you can easily take us with you!
A: The app works on most devices. It is no longer compatible with the Amazon Kindle products.