This year is truly a Titanic year, as people across the globe commemorate the centenary of the tragic events of April 15, 1912.
On that date, the legendary liner RMS Titanic met its fateful end after colliding with an iceberg in the freezing waters of the North Atlantic.
Here in Belfast, the birthplace of Titanic, the city prepares to welcome thousands of tourists for the 100th anniversary of its ill-fated maiden voyage.
And to celebrate our rich history with this famous ship, April will be 'Titanic Month' on the Belfast Telegraph's iPad edition.
Throughout the coming weeks, we will publish fascinating stories from our riveting Titanic history, remembering the events that led to that tragic night 100 years ago and exploring the legacy of the disaster.
From survivors' tales and quirks of fate, to stories from the Harland and Wolff shipyard, the beating heart of our city 100 years ago, where Belfast's working-class forged the iconic ship.
That means iPad subscribers can read our fantastic Titanic content whenever they want, wherever they are.
April is set to be a truly captivating month on our mobile apps, so make sure you don't miss out.
To get access to this compelling content, simply click here go to the iTunes app store on your home computer or mobile device and subscribe to the Belfast Telegraph iPad edition before the start of April.