Download the all new eastbayri app

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You get it at your local news stand. You get it on your computer. Now you can get it in the palm of your hand.

Your hometown news is now available on your smart phone or tablet as East Bay Newspapers introduces its new mobile app. The app is now available on both the iPhone and Android platform. It is available to download for free through iTunes or the Google Play store. Click the links above to download the app, or go to iTunes or Google Play on your mobile device and search  "eastbayri."

The mobile app gives you access to all the local news published on eastbayri.com from Bristol, Barrington, East Providence, Little Compton, Portsmouth, Tiverton, Warren and Westport. Scroll through the top stories of the day from throughout the region, easily jump to news specific to your town, or scan the news, sports, obituaries and lifestyle articles most interesting to you.

Mobile readers have access to all the functions they do on the eastbayri.com website, and also can receive push notifications, letting you know instantly when big news breaks. You can share your favorite stories to Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest or Google Plus, add your perspective to any article in the comments section and contact East Bay Newspapers editors with your story tips and ideas. Or just enjoy the award-winning stories and photos posted to the website and mobile app every day.

Downloading the app is simple and free. Head to your app store and get the East Bay at your fingertips. We always welcome your feedback. Let us know what you think by clicking "Contact us" in the main menu.

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Mike Rego has worked at East Bay Newspapers since 2001, helping the company launch The Westport Shorelines. He soon after became a Sports Editor, spending the next 10-plus years in that role before taking over as editor of The East Providence Post in February of 2012. To contact Mike to submit information, suggest story ideas or photo opportunities, etc., email mrego@eastbaynewspapers.com.