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The Tico Times is now available on Apple News

March 20, 2019

For more than 60 years, The Tico Times has remained committed to providing its readers with independent, unique and quality journalism.

You can read us online, pick up our print edition, watch our Weekly Digest news recaps, listen to our podcast or just follow us on Instagram for the sloth pictures. And today, we’re excited to announce that The Tico Times is now available on Apple News.

Click here to follow The Tico Times on Apple News

On Apple News, you will find a selection of our top stories optimized for your iPhone, iPad or Mac. Follow The Tico Times’ channel to stay up-to-date with Costa Rica news, and save your favorite stories in the Apple News app to read later.

Following us on Apple News is absolutely free.

Apple News is available on iPhones and iPads running iOS 9 or later, and on computers running macOS 10.14 or later.

Click here to learn more about Apple News or click here to visit The Tico Times’ channel.

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