The newspaper's revamped mobile service will offer breaking news, live financial data, picture galleries, and video content.
ESPN is on board as a launch partner to bring Premier League highlights to UK subscribers while matches are occurring. Live scores, results, tables and fixtures are also included.
"The launch of these two new apps is a significant step forward in our strategy of delivering our award-winning journalism on all the key digital devices," said The Telegraph's executive editor of digital Edward Roussel.
"The apps have been designed to also give readers attractive new features including Premier League video and stats, a customisable homepage and offline reading at the touch of a fingertip."
Social networking integration will enable users to share their favourite articles on Facebook and Twitter, while offline support allows subscribers to download articles to read without a live internet connection.
Telegraph print and iPad subscribers will be able to download the app free of charge. New users will be entitled to a one-month free trial.
A launch date for The Daily Telegraph's Android and iOS app will be announced "in the coming weeks".
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