Readers who cannot get their hands on a copy of The Birmingham Post never have to miss an issue again.
The Post's e-paper offers subscribers the chance to view the paper on their computer screen.
The e-paper retains The Post's layout and design but also incorporates the benefits of a website, such as keyword searches and story-by-story navigation.
The Birmingham Post multimedia editor Alan Greenwood said: "The e-paper adds a new dimension to The Birmingham Post.
"It's a hassle-free way for readers to make sure they get their Post every day."
As a special launch offer, everyone who registers to try the e-paper will receive a free four-week subscription.
At the end of the four weeks, users will be emailed with an offer to subscribe to the services.
Readers can also still log on to the Post's website for news and sport and the chance to share their views.