Seattle Times Mobile

Seattle Times Mobile

By The Seattle Times

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2009-09-10
  • Current Version: 4.2.4
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 71.36 MB
  • Developer: The Seattle Times
  • Compatibility: Requires Android / iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 12,753 Ratings


Get Northwest news that matters — faster than ever. The new and improved Seattle Times app is superfast to get you right to the news you want. We deliver the fastest news experience possible, with content you won’t find anywhere else. - Lightning-fast load times, quick-scan headlines and a clean, streamlined experience - Push notifications for the latest breaking news as it happens - The same award-winning content you expect from The Seattle Times, even faster - Breaking news and trending topics - Stories that dig deep, and have a direct impact on our local community - Easy ways to share your favorite content with your friends - Complete local sports coverage of Mariners, Seahawks and Sounders, so you never miss a play. Users can read up to 15 articles free per month. Seattle Times subscribers can log in for unlimited access to all of our award-winning content. Users can also subscribe to get Unlimited App Access straight from the app for $9.99 per month. Your subscription will automatically renew each month, with the credit card associated with your iTunes account being charged. Cancel anytime by going to your Account Settings after purchase. Full terms of service:




  • Too costly

    By NCAAfootballfan
    With all the ads on this app. It should be free to everyone. That’s why we rarely read it....
  • App Needs Work

    By iReadThePaper
    While I enjoy the app and use it often, lately the ads on some stories have been covering some of the content.
  • Great coverage. App still has issues.

    By jimbobeerbo
    Impressive local newspaper. Balanced reporting. Mobile app could use work.
  • Pretty good service

    By khrcjn
    As a past resident, I generally like reading Seattle news daily and especially the commentary on local stories. Lately an odd pattern has shown up on my phone screen not allowing me to finish stories. I will be contacting customer service should this continue.
  • Good but little clunky

    By justinph
    I miss comments too
  • Sports fanatic who is disappointed

    By PredatorGamer64
    We get a printed copy of the paper and I usually have opened up the app and read the sports section before I look at the paper. I’m continually amazed at how I don’t see stories on line that I see in the regular paper. My sister tells me that I can’t access it from the app and that I need to go to It seems to work, but that seems ludicrous that a paid subscriber can’t read the most updated news from the app.
  • Jgc

    By jgc29-8
    I live in Ohio and have family in Seattle. The quickest and easiest way to find out what is happening in Seattle as well as other parts of the world is the Seattle Times Online. It is well written and concise.
  • Indispensable

    By johnson.5
    A great home town paper.
  • The Seattle Times and why I read it

    By T.E. O'Connor
    I don’t live or work in Seattle and yet I have a subscription to the Times. Why would I do that? Mostly because it is a very good, well researched , well written paper. Sure, a lot of the major national articles were first published by the New York Times or the Washington Post and that is OK. Despite what Trump says, facts are facts and once they are well reported, they should be widely distributed, rather than being constantly rewritten. Regional, Sate and local news however is a completely different story. None of it is likely to show up in the NYT, but to me these stories are important and I want to know, not just the story, but how it got there, why it is important and what is probably going to happen tomorrow because of what occurred today. There is no way I am going to get that by watching the Talking Heads on TV. And it is not likely to show up on AP or Reuter’s either. It is only because a critical mass of dedicated people have come together into one well run organization, not for the sole purpose of answering the questions I have posed together, but in the course of putting out the paper every day of the year, they address the above issues that are of interest to me in a highly credible manner. The writing is clear, the grammar and syntax are correct and the facts have been fact checked. When I put the paper down after reading it, I feel that I know what is going on in my part of the world. And I like that. Furthermore I am willing to pay for the privilege of having it delivered in hard copy to my mail box as well as electronically to my iPhone. In short, I am very pleased with your product and I hope that you can continue to produce it under what have to be trying economic conditions. Thank you Thomas E. O’Connor 937 5th Street Camano Island, WA 98382
  • The best game in town

    By blue sky wanderer
    ...And, rapidly becoming the only game in town for local and regional coverage in newsprint.