The titles include the Mirror, Daily Record, Manchester Evening News and Liverpool Echo.
Users will be able to read full stories from the current day’s news, covering news, sport, celebs and more.
Chris Russell, Product Director, Trinity Mirror, said: “The ways consumers access content and news is changing hugely with digital advancements, highlighting the need for traditional media owners to ensure they adapt with consumers.
“This is a key part of our strategy at Trinity Mirror: the Mirror has the second biggest online audience of any UK newsbrand, we dominate the top ten regional news sites list and several of our titles, including the Mirror and Manchester Evening News, feature in the biggest global news publishers on Facebook.
“We have had great success at Trinity Mirror expanding our titles onto digital platforms and we hope that being part of Apple News will help us reach new audiences, as well as offering our readers more choice in how they consume content.”
Apple News collects stories from top news sources based on topics the user is most interested in. Apple News is available on all iOS 9 compatible devices.