article article The Globe and Mail article The article The newspaper says that it will make it available as a free app for Apple devices starting Thursday, a move that could help drive interest in its online content.
It will also add more curated content to the app in the coming weeks.
The app will have over 60 articles, and users can subscribe to more than 100 topics, including a “Roast Your Own” series.
“We have a ton of amazing content to roast on the app,” said John O’Brien, president and chief operating officer at The Globe.
“The app will allow people to engage with and engage with all of our content on an interactive, mobile-first platform.”
The app has been in development for a few months.
O’Brian said the company wanted to give people a way to roast the content they love, but that the app would be more of a way for users to learn about what’s out there.
The app is already a popular destination for online content, with over 150,000 unique visitors per day, according to comScore data.
It was recently ranked the third most popular app on iOS by app reviews site App Annie, according, to The New York Times.
It will be available to Apple devices on March 15, 2019, but it will not work on iPhones or iPads.
The Globe said the app will work on any Android phone.
O’Brien said he believes the app could attract more users and viewers in the meantime.
“It has a very large user base and we want to make sure we do it in a way that makes sense for everyone,” he said.
The Globe is already available on the Apple app store and Google Play, but will be coming to Android in the next few weeks.