Take The Oklahoman's mobile app quiz to find the best product for you
We have a lot of options for our audience.
Most people know about our websites at NewsOK.com and Oklahoman.com. That’s pretty easy to remember and they are very easy to find. NewsOK.com is busy with breakings news, lists and advertisements. Oklahoman.com is curated with stories and sections like our daily newspaper.
And we have a lot of followers on Facebook and Twitter. We’re pretty easy to find there, too. NewsOK posts a bunch of our stories. The Oklahoman posts a lot of our exclusive content for premium users.
Our apps? We try to give our customers lots of options to get to our journalism. Our readers sometimes wonder what app is best for them. So I thought I’d spend time today taking readers through my apps Q&A to make sure all readers know the best way to get our content on their mobile devices.
Are you a subscriber to The Oklahoman?
- If Yes, then move along to the next question.
- If No, then download the NewsOK app for iOS or Android. It’s free, but you won’t get the premium reading experience and you won’t get all the exclusive journalism that’s available for subscribers in The Oklahoman.
While using the NewsOK app is great, I’d also encourage you to try a subscription to The Oklahoman, where you can get a delivered newspaper with all the coupons and inserts and printed news section along with your digital access.
Now, for the subscribers … Do you have an iPad?
- If Yes, then you have two options.
Option 1: You can download The Oklahoman’s Print Replica app. It’s recently upgraded and focuses on the newspaper replica experience. Just search for ‘The Oklahoman‘ in the iTunes store.
Option 2: When you search for ‘The Oklahoman’ in the iTunes store, you’ll see that you can also download a second app for The Oklahoman. This is our premium app with more features than the Print Replica app. You can get app alerts when stories are released and you can see a list of stories from each section.
- If No, then more along to the next question.
Do you have an iPhone?
- If Yes, then you should download The Oklahoman’s premium app described above. It has the list of stories from each section, a page for new photo galleries, a page for new videos and a page for the Print Replica experience. It’s a great app, meant to serve our subscribers.
- If No, then move along to the next question.
Do you have an Android tablet or phone with an operating system of 5.0 or higher?
- If Yes, then there is an app for you. The Oklahoman’s premium app – the one with stories in each section, photo galleries, video page, print replica options and customized notifications – is simple to use and find. Just search for ‘The Oklahoman’ in the Google Play store.
- If no, you guessed it … move along to the next question.
Do you have an Android tablet or phone with an operating system below 5.0?
- If Yes, then The Oklahoman’s premium app can’t run on your device. But don’t worry, Oklahoman.com still works great on your web browser. I encourage you to log in with your subscriber account on Oklahoman.com and save that link to your device screen as a bookmark.
- If No, you still have one more chance, move along to the next question.
Do you have a Kindle Fire device with an operating system of 5.0 or higher?
- If Yes, then you probably know that The Oklahoman’s premium Android app works well on that device. Just search for ‘The Oklahoman’ in the Amazon store and log in with your subscriber account for all the daily editions with each section, photo, videos, print replica view and custom notifications.
- If you answered No to all the above questions, then I’m running out of ideas for smartphone options. Move along to the next question.
Do you have access to the web?
- Oklahoman.com and NewsOK.com will work. Subscribers can log in to Oklahoman.com to see our premium web experience. It works great in all browsers on all screen sizes. NewsOK.com does the same for our non-subscribers. If you can get to the web, we can get to you.
There are a lot of options for subscribers. If you have any problems getting your subscriber log in or understanding how to use these apps, just call our customer support line at (405) 475-4000.