But you'll need a digital subscription to actually use them.
Free iPhone apps for UK newspapers The Times and the Sunday Times are now available in the UK App Store.
However, they require a digital subscription before you can use them. The apps (link and link) have been released by NewspaperDirect, although the app for The Times also includes access to its Sunday sister.
The apps' focus is very much on recreating the print editions: the slogan is 'Read the paper as it was printed'.
"You'll get an exact digital replica of every section for both The Times & The Sunday Times included in one app," says the App Store listing. "You can zoom, pan and flip pages to view each item in stunning clarity."
The description also makes it clear that the apps are only accessible with a digital subscription to the newspaper websites.
The subscription won't be launched until next month, and will cost £1 per day, or £2 per week. However, publisher News Corporation is allowing readers to register for complimentary access.
I registered for that this morning, and have got the app working on my iPhone. The app lets you search for issues and download them - today's issue of The Times is 42.2MB in size.
You can flip through the print-style pages, zooming into read stories. However, tapping on headlines brings up a more mobile-friendly text and pics view.
There doesn't appear to have been an announcement from News Corporation about the apps' launch, so we're wondering if they've gone live on the App Store earlier than expected.
Here's a video of us playing with it (excuse the quality - it's still being processed):
Here's some screenshots: