Trinity Mirror have launched free iPad apps for the Daily Record and Daily Mirror.
The apps are replicas of the printed editions with added videos, interactive adverts, 30-day archives, automatic overnight downloads and "live news tickers". They will be free to UK users Monday to Friday while international users are able to access paid-for-apps.
Videos will show news stories, film trailers and video games, with the Mirror app including an interactive pop-up crossword.
The Mirror’s app also uses the iPad's geolocation capabilities to offer the reader a choice of ten regional editions.
Allan Rennie, editor-in-chief of the Daily Record and Sunday Mail, said: "The e-edition brings a different vibrancy to our paper, which allows us to showcase our leading Scottish news, sport and entertainment in exciting new ways."
Lloyd Embley, editor-in-chief of the Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror and The People, added: "The e-edition is brimming with the energy and creativity that will extend the reach of our journalism to new and wider audiences."