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FREE: The Green ‘Un retro souvenir edition

The Green 'Un retro souvenir edition now free online

The Green 'Un retro souvenir edition now free online

Got a web tablet for Christmas? Then download The Star app and read The Green ‘Un 106 years souvenir edition online for FREE, writes digital editor Graham Walker.

Not only that, you will then be able to read every page of The Star itself and all our supplements every day, Monday to Saturday.

And the best bit...it’s all free!

More than 11.500 readers have already got the app. It’s easy to download - just follow the links and details below.

We also have some great subscription deals, if you want to get the traditional paper version of The Star.

The Star web site is our top platform for digital news, sport, features and commercial highlights, including jobs and property.

With exclusive online video, audio and slideshows, thestar.co.uk attracts on average 1.5 MILLION views a week.

But the most stunning way to look at us online these days is by using our free tablet app. It enables you ro read The Star and our supplements, page by page- like Full Time, our Monday sports round up, and Retro, our popular Saturday pull-out.

Every Saturday we also give away The Green Un, our sports title, which is delivered to your app after final whistle - so you get it even quicker than before.

There are no local matches today (Saturday, December 28, 2013) so we are giving away, via The Star web app, a digital version of the souvenir edition of the Green Un we published back in July - looking at 106 years of the title.

It marked the end of the printed paper version and our new era of The Green Un online.

Get The Star web app now for the iPad, Android tablet or Kindle Fire. And Remember, it’s FREE.

Find the app for your device simply by searching for The Star in the Apple App Store, Google Play or Amazon Appstore. If you are using your tablet to browse this page, simply click on the appropriate link below to take you direct to download it.

iPAD DOWNLOAD: Apple iPad users can download The Star tablet app to your device at the Apple App Store - CLICK HERE.

ANDROID DOWNLOAD: Android tablet users can download The Star tablet app to their device at Google Play - CLICK HERE.

KINDLE FIRE DOWNLOAD: Kindle tablet users can download The Star tablet app to their device at Amazon Appstore - CLICK HERE.

We currently don’t have any plans for Blackberry tablets but we may be exploring a Windows 8 version later.

Please note, this app is for tablets and not smart phones, as the larger tablet screen offers the best possible reader experience. But smart phones, other mobile devices and all web browsers can continue to view our web site - at thestar.co.uk - which has an automatic link to direct phone users to our mobile version, with a choice of browsing the original site.

* More than 10,000 football fans have already downloaded The Star Football App for iPhones and Smartphones. It provides all our coverage - plus live reports of games in play, statistics, reports and social network updates - direct to your phone. And like the tablet app, it’s FREE.

THE STAR FOOTBALL APP DOWNLOAD: For more details and links to download to your phone - CLICK HERE.

** On-line you can now also browse The Star’s free new national what’s on site, with more than 500,000 events in the database, including hundreds of local and regional things to do at www.wow247.co.uk – watch out for our @SheffieldStar Twitter messages, with the hashtag #wow247.

We also have a great offer for those who want The Star delivered as a newspaper, Monday to Saturday.

To subscribe call 0844 991 6464 or, for full details and to sign up on-line, visit www.localsubsplus.co.uk/STA - CLICK HERE.

* You can also read The Green ‘Un every Saturday, including back issues and this special 106 year souvenir edition, using a desktop computer. Simply visiting The Star site at www.thestar.co.uk - click on the Digital Editions tab, below the masthead, where you will also find many of our other publications - CLICK HERE.

VIDEO: The Green ‘Un editor Ian Vickers talks you through our retro souvenir edition - watch his preview here and then read it at your leisure.

 

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