The new Tribune app offers more news and a better experience

The Tribune has launched a new e-edition and app for readers.

The Salt Lake Tribune’s new mobile app offers a better e-edition reading experience and a free live news feed with the latest breaking news and information from Utah.

The Tribune is launching a new app for readers to complement the new e-edition that launched about a month ago.

We understand that changing any part of a daily habit is an adjustment. Our decision-making process for a new provider was thoughtful and intentional – in response to your feedback – and the new app and e-edition offer clear advantages over the old experience.

Before I share a recap of the new features, I’d like to thank the Cumming Foundation for making this possible by donating to cover the costs associated with implementation.

The majority of current app users will automatically see their app updates later in the day. If you don’t have automatic updates enabled on your phone, you can update your Tribune app manually (read on for instructions).

What’s new:

  • More access to The Tribune’s award-winning coverage. Sort stories by section and curate a reading experience tailored to your reading habits and interests without a subscription. The e-edition and premium stories are still only available to subscribers.

  • The ability to easily share, print, and save E-Edition stories, access past editions, download them for offline viewing, and more

  • Push notifications for important breaking news and all important stories

  • Streamlined navigation for users on the go: In the new Salt Lake Tribune app, you can easily switch between stories, zoom in to suit your preferences, and share articles with friends and family

  • A text-to-speech feature that allows you to listen to stories out loud throughout the day

  • The ability for Salt Lake Tribune subscribers to log in and comment on articles by joining the conversation happening on (coming soon).

The new e-edition on and The Salt Lake Tribune mobile app offers users a better reading experience.

If you are accessing the e-edition via the daily email, visit the same URL ( as a registered user. You will continue to receive the email every morning.

To visit the new e-edition landing page, you can go to or click on the e-edition links in the navigation bars at the top of (we recommend bookmarking the e-edition) . .

Or you can get it with the Salt Lake Tribune app. Here’s a mini tour of our new app:

How to manually update apps on your Apple device

  1. Open the App Store. Tap on your profile icon in the top right corner of the screen.

  2. Scroll to view upcoming updates and release notes.

  3. Tap update next to The Salt Lake Tribune app to update our app, or tap update all to update all your apps.

How to update an Android app

  1. Open the Google Play Store app.

  2. Tap the profile icon in the top right.

  3. Tap Manage apps & device. Locate The Salt Lake Tribune app in the list of apps available for update.

  4. Tap Update.

If you haven’t used our app before, you can download it from the Google or Apple app stores by searching for “Salt Lake Tribune”.

E-Edition users who only use the website don’t need to log in again, but app users do.

Customer support is available at or 801-237-2900.

We have a small and powerful team working to act on your feedback as we make improvements. We appreciate your patience over the next week during the transition.

And we’re also grateful for your continued support of Tribune journalism. As a subscriber and donor, you are helping to build a better informed and stronger Utah.

Justin Scaccy

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