Readers of the FT in Latin America will see the new homepage and web app by default, while global users can access both through the settings menu on FT.com and the web app settings.
According to the FT, the Latin America homepage on FT.com and the new app, currently available on iOS, will offer the same features as other editions, while giving prominent placement to content most relevant to the region.
"These investments reflect an increasing demand for the FT's incisive global news and analysis in the region, as well as Latin America's growing influence in the global economy," the company said in a release.
John Ridding, chief executive of the Financial Times, said in a statement: "The launch of the new print site underscores our belief in a healthy future for print and the Latin America homepage and mobile app reflect growing demand from both readers and advertisers on all channels."
Last June the FT launched a web-based iPad and iPhone app, later withdrawing its native apps from the App Store. The title made the move in order to have a direct relationship with the customer and resulted in the publisher no longer having to give a 30 per cent share to Apple.