West Ham United's new digital edition of the acclaimed Official Programme for the 2012/13 season - available on your iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, and Android devices alongside PC and Mac - will be on sale again ahead of Tuesday's Capital One Cup third-round visit of Wigan Athletic.
The digital Official Programme comes with all the content you would expect from the print edition, as well as an exclusive video footage. Digital Programmes will be available from 9am on matchday, meaning fans from all over the globe can get ahead of the action and read their official 84-page programme, even if they are unable to attend a game.
If you live overseas, that means you can download your programme before kick-off, with the game being televised live in a large number of countries across the world.
The print edition will be available to buy in and around the Boleyn Ground on matchday as usual, packed with all the usual exclusive content.
Tuesday's issue features interviews with midfielder and former Wigan star Mohamed Diame, summer arrival Yossi Benayoun and young professional George Moncur. Former West Ham players Luis Boa Morte and Ray Stewart are also interviewed, as is Ladies team goalkeeper Toni Anne Wayne.
Joint-Chairman David Sullivan and manager Sam Allardyce return with their exclusive columns, while there is also the latest from the club's Development Squad and Under-18s. Looking back, club historian John Helliar examines three previous Hammers versus Latics clashes, while Steve Marsh and Stuart Allen cast their eyes over some more unique Hammerabilia.
The new digital programme offers supporters a number of great additional features, including:
• Easy to use page-turning technology
• Simple content navigation and skip-to-page features
• Interactive content including exclusive video footage
• Our programmes remembers the last page you were viewing
• Fans can order back-dated issues
• Apple users will have all their issues hosted in one place on Newsstand for easy access
Hammers supporters can subscribe for the whole season for just £24.99 (fans receive all back issues) or buy individual issues for only £1.99.
The Programme is available on Apple iPad and iPhone, as well as Android and via the Pocketmags app on kindle fire and Blackberry Playbook.