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Don't miss any breaking news: download the NewsOK app

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Two weeks ago, NewsOK launched an app for Android devices.

Last week, NewsOK added an upgrade to its app for iOS devices.

And this week, we are asking NewsOK users to download the app.

There's a good reason for it. The new app (Android) and the upgraded app (iOS) will deliver notifications for breaking news. All you have to do is make sure you allow app notifications on your device.

You won't miss any big news once you download the app.

The breaking news notifications are being sent to all our app customers. But if you want to customize the notifications you are receiving, I highly recommend using the Inbox functionality.

 

A screen of Inbox options with stories on the NewsOK app.
A screen of Inbox options with stories on the NewsOK app.

 

With Inbox, you can set up the topics you prefer, and we'll deliver every story we have on that topic as soon as the article is available. You can even choose to get alerts every time your favorite writer publishes an article or blog post.

That's why we are asking you to download the NewsOK app on your Android or iOS device. We just want to deliver the articles and blog posts that you want.

You don't even have to get up. Or search. We'll bring it to you.

You'll like the notifications. And if you take the time to customize them, you'll like them even more.

 

 

 

 

 

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 A screen of Inbox options with stories on the NewsOK app.

A screen of Inbox options with stories on the NewsOK app.

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Alan Herzberger

Alan Herzberger is the Vice President of Audience Development at The Oklahoman Media Company. He focuses on digital strategies for The Oklahoman and for NewsOK.com. He’s been with The Oklahoman since 1997, when he joined the sports department.... Read more ›

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