The Crimson, Now For Your iPhone, Your Android Device, and Your Inbox

The Harvard Crimson

We’re thrilled to announce two new ways for you to interact with The Crimson: The Harvard Crimson iPhone and Android apps, which give you on-the-go access to the latest in Harvard news, and The Harvard Crimson email newsletter service, which conveniently delivers the top stories of the day to your inbox.

The Harvard Crimson iPhone and Android apps put The Crimson’s award-winning news and commentary in the palm of your hands. Now you can access articles, photos, and videos from all of our publications, including Flyby, no matter where you are. Programmed by Crimson IT Chair Sophie Chang ’13, the apps also feature tightly integrated social capabilities, allowing you to share articles via email, Twitter, Facebook, and other social platforms without breaking a sweat.

We’re also excited to launch our email newsletter service, delivering the top stories from The Crimson along with helpful information every Harvard affiliate needs, including the weather and dining hall menus, directly to your inbox. Signing up for our daily newsletter also allows you to receive instant alerts from us, so that when important news breaks that you need right away, you’ll be the first to know.

Both of these are free to all of our readers. Our apps can be downloaded from the App Store and Android Market, which you can access directly on your phone or through our mobile apps site. And while they’re downloading, subscribe to our email newsletter service here.

We hope you enjoy these two new services. If you encounter any difficulties or have any cool ideas for new features, email me directly at president@thecrimson.com, and we’ll be in touch.

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Sincerely,

Naveen N. Srivatsa

President, The Harvard Crimson

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