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The MailOnline (Daily Mail) app gives you everything you've come to expect and love from the world's largest English-language newspaper website, but with quick, easy and free access on your iPhone or iPad - accessible even when you're offline.

Feed your daily addiction with stories and photos from all our top channels: US, UK & World News, Celebrity & Showbiz, Sports, Femail, Science & Tech, Health, Money, Travel, and many more! See what everyone's talking about and download our app today.

FEATURES:
• Over 15 channels of must-read articles and photos - that's over 800+ original stories and 1000's of new photos every day!
• Pre-load stories & galleries to access when you're offline or without reception - great for commutes!
• Choose your region (US, UK, AU or Rest of World) to ensure you get the news most relevant to you.
• Express Yourself: Post your Comments on articles or Rate other user's comments that you like or dislike.
• Filter articles on channels by Top Stories or Most Recent
• Custom Settings: Select when data and images update based on your preferred connection (3G or Wi-Fi)
• Share articles and photos via Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, SMS, WhatsApp & Email

MailOnline is always looking for the best ways to deliver our exclusive news, features and celebrity stories without compromising quality for our readers. Charging a small subscription in some cases is part of that effort. In applicable cases Unlimited Daily Mail Content is available for purchase as a monthly subscription product.

The cost will be charged to your iTunes account only after confirmation of purchase. The subscription will automatically renew monthly unless the product is turned off within 24-hours of the end of your current subscription period. Your iTunes account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours of the end of the current subscription period and will identify the cost of the renewal to you.

Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off at any time by going into the user's account settings, after a purchase. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable.

Please note: This app features Nielsen’s proprietary measurement software which will allow you to contribute to market research. Please see https://priv-policy.imrworldwide.com/priv/mobile/au/en/optout.html for more information.

All terms and conditions can be found at http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/article-5975109/Terms.html.

Email us at iphoneapp@mailonline.co.uk if you have any trouble with the app or want to suggest new features for us to add to future updates.

What’s New

Version 4.1.5

Email us at iphoneapp@mailonline.co.uk if you have any trouble with the app. We monitor user emails 24/7.
- optimized content
- bug fixes & performance improvements

Ratings and Reviews

3.8 out of 5
11.7K Ratings

11.7K Ratings

Java1540 ,

Lots of content, poor writing

So, DM is a rag. Plenty of freshly uploaded content, but I’m convinced that the articles are written by non-English speakers; I would even guess the words are recorded and then transcribed by a non-English speaker, because typos, poor grammar and words inserted without proper context are common. I doubt articles are proofread, but if I happen to read a well-written article, I’m sure to mention it in the comments.

If you’re looking for pictures of awards shows or the royal family, DM does a pretty good job there. What annoys me about their picture captions is that it’s the exact same verbiage in the article, with the same typos and incorrect wording. Often, you don’t have to read the article; flip through the pictures and read the captions.

Another annoying aspect of the site is that videos start playing on the lower right if you scroll past it. I’ve tried looking for an opt-out feature, to no avail. If an article has several videos, I’m always clicking the X as I scroll to make it go away. Bloody annoying. Stop forcing this feature!!!

Don’t take any information you read on DM as gospel. If you see an intriguing headline, get the gist from DM and go to a reputable news site for confirmation.

0vertone ,

Stolen minutes of my life...

The news is good, only if you don’t care about editing. Sometimes the stories could use a little more substance and the writing could actually be done by journalists instead of what seems like elementary students. The ads are the worst though. The Newzit ads that they sold out to, are trashy and you see them in every article. Images pop up that I wouldn’t want my kids to see. It’s clear that the DM has no standards. Their regular ads are inconvenient and noisy as well. You might be really into a touching news story, and while you scroll through the pictures some loud video selling some irrelevant product pop up. And when you try to hit the “x” to close it, it’s only a fake one, so it takes you to the website instead. So much for the story you were reading. At this point you just want to throw your phone against the wall out of frustration. Why do I use the app? It used to be good. Everyday I hold on to the dream that the DM will return to their ideals and create journalism that changes us as a society for the better. Not just click-bate stories that are inconclusive and speculative at best.

JFAIII ,

Pleasantly Surprised

So, I had never even seen the daily mail prior to downloading the app. I downloaded all the news apps I could find. I wanted to see what had interesting content as well as informative. Daily mail is now my go to news site because they have the political news mixed with the salacious news stories you cannot find anywhere else. All the stories are highly, highly detailed and comprehensive often with videos and always with probably more pictures than you need, although I appreciate them as they help to put you inside the story.

This might be my second online review. I wish I didn’t like the daily mail and it was the Wall Street journal I liked better so I sound more sophisticated, but not so... anyway. Just go to the website, check out both the UK and Us sections... oh and us citizens, vote in Nov (regardless of your political leaning go vote).

App Privacy

The developer, dmg media ltd, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Used to Track You

The following data may be used to track you across apps and websites owned by other companies:

  • Location
  • User Content
  • Browsing History
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Browsing History
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Search History

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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