The Boston Globe has a free version of its online news source and the free edition of its app that allows users to browse and read articles for free.
But, the newspaper has a disclaimer that says: “You must be of legal drinking age to use the app.
You must be a resident of the United States and over the age of 18 to use this app.”
The Globe also states that if you don’t meet those requirements, you can’t use the free app.
The Boston Times, which also sells apps for other digital news sources, has a similar disclaimer.
(The Boston Globe and Times are owned by The New York Times Company.)
The Boston Herald has the same disclaimer on its free app as the Globe, which says that if “you’re underage you may not be able to access this app” but does offer an alternative for those who don’t want to use either app.
The free app from the Boston Herald also includes a list of articles that are available for reading and a map of the city.
The app also has a search function, but the paper doesn’t say whether you can search by keywords or articles.
The newspaper also offers an interactive map of Boston that allows you to see the coverage of events happening within the city and how it compares with other cities.
The Globe and the Herald do offer the option to purchase a copy of The Boston Journal, which is published by The Globe and includes a different format.
The Journal is available for $8.99 a month.