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Download our KentLive app for the latest news tailored to you

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Original article from Kent Live

There are a number of different ways you can keep up to date with the latest Kent news, from our website and social media channels, to our daily newsletters and mobile app.

Our mobile app, which is available for free on both iOS and Android devices, is one of the easiest ways to follow what's happening in and around Kent.

Whether you are interested in the latest traffic and travel updates or reaction from the scene of breaking news incidents – we have it covered.

Our editors will send app users alerts for breaking news incidents, making keeping up to date with the biggest stories in your area easier than ever before.

Download the app here any iOS device from the App Store here or get the Android version from Google Play here.

We will also curate a list of our best read articles and features – so you never miss what's going on where you live.

The team at KentLive are committed to bringing our readers the latest breaking news, in-depth features, and exclusive content.

App features

You can follow topics of interest

Once installed, you can even select a number of areas, perhaps where you live or work, to receive hyper-local news that is most relevant to you.

From Dover to Tunbridge Wells and from Thanet to Dartford, we will deliver the news that matters most to you.

Users who log in to the app are also able to unlock more features, like following your favourite writer or topic tags, and commenting on articles.

How to download the KentLive app

To keep updated with what is happening across the county, download the EssexLive app now.

If you have an iOS device, you can download it from the App Store online by clicking here.

If you have an Android device, you can find the app on the Google Play Store here.

Have you already downloaded the KentLive app? Let us know what you think about it in the comments section below.

Original Article