We are living in a new, digital world. Though newspapers remain as relevant as ever, many of us also opt to scroll through our phones for news – local politics, crimes, international events, celebrity gossips, business reports, lifestyle features, football or boxing updates, etc – anytime, anywhere.
To cater wider (and younger) sets of readers beyond the daily printed newspapers, Khmer Times launched a user-friendly mobile application. The app provides its users up-to-date news articles about Cambodia and across the world. Khmer Times aims to give its readers a quality read online.
The app is using English language so locals and foreigners alike can read and understand news articles. The app also contains breaking stories, giving you the “insight” into Cambodia, in its realest sense.
Moreover, the publication’s weekly outputs – Good Times2 and Youth Today – are also found on the app.
You won’t just be reading hard news, but you will also be enjoying the feature pieces on people from all walks of life.
You can download the app for free on Google Play. It will soon be available on the App Store.
Up-to-date News Articles
After downloading this app on your smart phone, you can start browsing through articles. The app contains fresh write-ups on events and information that matter to Cambodia and the world.
Browsing through Sections
The mobile app also has the sections found on the newspaper. If you’re a fan of hard news, you can go to the National and International Sections. There are also buttons for Business, Sports, Features, Opinions, Property and other sections that are worth the read. With the categorised write-ups, you won’t have a hard time choosing which articles interest you more.
Khmer Times has talented local and foreign photographers who go anywhere to capture relevant and quality photos for the paper’s avid readers. Their photos are also uploaded on the mobile app, along with the corresponding news articles. The photos play a significant role in giving more life, more appeal to the stories written by high-calibre journalists, and make the stories more understandable for the readers.