The Globe and Mail's Globe2Go

The Globe and Mail's Globe2Go

By The Globe and Mail Inc.

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2010-05-28
  • Current Version: 4.11.4
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 85.02 MB
  • Developer: The Globe and Mail Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.3 or later.
Score: 3
From 325 Ratings


Globe2Go is the ePaper replica of The Globe and Mail print newspaper, delivered directly to you on the Web, smartphone and tablet. You can read Globe2Go page to page, section to section like a newspaper (with the option to pan & zoom) or article to article in full text view (with font size adjustment). WHAT YOU GET Seven day archive. All five regional editions. All magazines including Report on Business. All special editions such as Globe Portfolio and Canadian University Report. WAKE UP TO IT Available for download at 5 AM ET. You can also set up auto-delivery downloading. TAKE IT ANYWHERE Once downloaded, you can read it offline. You can use up to 5 devices with your account. LISTEN Audio option allows you to listen to articles even while offline. Articles stream from one to another once activated. TRANSLATE Available (on Web) in 18 languages. SHARE Share articles to notes, email and social networks. PRINT Print an article, page, custom area or the whole edition. PURCHASE OPTIONS Single copy purchase is available every day. Monthly or annual subscriptions are available on our Web site (see footer). Newspaper subscribers get Globe2Go complimentary on the days of delivery. ANY QUESTIONS? Our customer care team is available to help out. Visit: E-mail: Phone: 1-866-232-0988



  • Paid and it's good

    By skingstone
    Sent an email that will take 2-3 business days. Come on guys! I have seen the trial. I now can't get off a trial and its shut off. When i sign in, there is no way to pay. I canted them and you needed to do it through the web site. Kinda silly. Also I hope they add interactivity for crosswords et all. Like USA today
  • Great example of how to go from print to iPad

    By electricmba
    This app is great - and a must have for road warriors or expats that want the globe. I think many people rating/reviewing are confused with the registration and activation. Globe people - you need to fix this, it is confusing because once you register you are taken to a generic news listing page in a browser (not the app) and it isn't immediately clear what you are to do when the app is first launched. Also - the subscription pricing is too high if you want wide adoption upfront. Should be lower for new readers and free for existing subscribers (just my opinion). Lastly - why only 7 days back for back issues? Storage is cheap and the issues are relatively small in size, why not provide a month or more? All this said - great execution by the Globe...many other print media companies have provided junk in their first attempts.
  • Great for expats

    By DennisM99
    This is going to be great if I can get the full G and M here from the USA on the iPad. The newspapers here are junk compared to the GM.
  • I

    By cheddar11
    Those only giving 1 star for this app are having trouble signing up for the 14 day free trial. You need to read the registration page carefully. Underneath the normal registration is a link for the free trail registration. Yes, they don't make it very obvious, but once you're registered the app works wonderfully! I've seen a couple of minor bugs with the article titles and links, but nothing major. After the trial runs out you have the option of subscribing monthly, yearly or just buy the paper on-demand for 99 cents. Love how you can pick the edition you want (BC, Alberta, Ontario etc) and you get email notices when the issue is available for download. Photos need to be enhanced as they are of poor quality when trying to zoom in. Good start!
  • Terrible

    By Raptorholic
    The worst designed news app I've seen. Confusing and glitchy. Pages are changing on there own in portrait mode.
  • Is this really free?

    By dr_punditington
    I was wary of installing this, because although the description says the app is free, it doesn't say the content is free. The first thing I encountered after opening it was boxes with vague messages referring to vaguely defined options about registration and an account. It wasn't clear what you'd get (or not get) by choosing either option. I'll probably just delete it.