Enjoy quality journalism and engaging content on the Mail Print Edition app, bringing you the digital edition of the Daily Mail and The Mail on Sunday delivered in a ‘newspaper format’ direct to your iPad and iPhone.

With a wide range of news stories to explore and a team of award-winning journalists, The Mail will help you stay informed seven days a week, with the latest newspaper automatically delivered to your iPad or iPhone.

The Mail app offers a wide variety of fantastic features, including:
• Full access to editions of the Daily Mail and The Mail on Sunday newspaper – at less than half the price of the printed version!
• Our weekend magazines You and Weekend, featuring columns by Monty Don, Liz Jones and Piers Morgan. The perfect finish to your week!
• A huge selection of interactive puzzles including Sudokus, Crosswords, and play-for-prizes competitions.
• In-depth coverage of all the sports news, with live scores, results, fixtures and stats.
• The latest news, opinion and reports on the royal family.
• Celebrity interviews, fashion tips, recipes and daily TV listings.
• Our audio library, letting you sit back and relax while listening to your favourite music, podcasts and audiobooks.
• Stunning videos, galleries and 360 degree images showing the world from every angle.

Whether on the go or offline, experience a new way of reading your favourite content with The Mail app. Get started with our free monthly trial and read, watch, listen and play anytime, anywhere.

The app is free to download, but to enjoy the full experience with all of our amazing features, you must subscribe. A Mail Digital Edition subscription costs just £12.99 a month - that’s less than half the price of the printed newspaper!

This app uses the Apple subscription service under which subscriptions are automatically renewed. You will be charged for renewal within 24 hours prior to the end of the current subscription period.

You cannot cancel a subscription during the active subscription period but you can turn off auto-renewal from your iTunes account settings. For more information, please see the Apple support page,

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Have your edition automatically downloaded overnight, so it’s available by 4am GMT. To get this feature, agree to receiving ‘notifications’ when prompted during the subscription processes or turn them on from the Settings on your device.
Press SETTINGS and in the menu column on the left scroll down until you see The Mail app to access the settings for the app.

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What’s New

Version 7.9.421

Fix for a bug on iOS14 which could cause the app to quit.

Menu updated to include The Big Health Kick — including a new daily exercise video from our top fitness expert, Joanna Hall.

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Ratings and Reviews

2.9 out of 5
160 Ratings

160 Ratings

beepalm ,

Mail plus

Why, oh why has the font/print format changed(for the worse)? Front page is as it was but when you click on an individual article the print format changes and is not reader friendly. I have tried and tried to raise this query with Mail+ customer services but NO ONE EVER RESPONDS. I tried to get advice from the Comunity Services Hub but unfortunately all I got was comment that I might have got the Scottish version which I have not. Please restore the old print format. Does anyone else have the same problem?

T. Burridge ,

Great daily newspaper - with some exciting perks

I have been reading the daily mail for several years and I’ve had the app edition for around a year. There are many aspects of the app which make it more accessible & insightful than the tangible print newspaper, so I’d recommend it to anyone thinking about switching. I love that you can watch video clips & hear current affairs through audio clips (it’s great for when I’ve forgotten my glasses!!). I also find the newspaper more accessible when I’m out and about - much better than picking up a random newspaper at the station - especially in the current climate...makes it worth the subscription. My favourite aspect of the app is the puzzles which are great fun and got me through lockdown. I especially love the crossword & would recommend it to any crossword fanatics as it is a good balance of challenging, but not impossible. I have also noticed the app had a re-branding which has made the quality of the app much better - also more easy to distinguish from the other Daily Mail breaking news app (which I also have). I’m not sure why people are having trouble with the app crashing (I’ve never had that issue, but maybe their devices haven’t been updated ?). To sum up, I would recommend this app to anyone keen to read an informative daily newspaper (it’s easy to read & well structured) I should also add that the app addition is cheaper & safer than ordering the print newspaper. Happy customer :)

nonicknamerubbish ,

Rubbish support

Have been using this App for several years. A year ago it suddenly told me I wasn’t a subscriber despite having auto renewed my subscription a week previously.
After an age ringing support they got me back up and running two days later!
On 5/6/20 I had an email saying to try the new competition and win a prize. The email stated it worked on the Mail+ digital edition. I don’t normally do competition but the clunky gold button was there to touch so touch I did. Up came a screen saying you don’t have a valid subscription. As I still have two weeks left before auto renew that is obviously wrong.
I emailed support but got a reply from a “helper” advising that I should take out a subscription. When I then tried to download today’s early edition up came “you do not have a valid subscription “. I emailed again and another “helper” who apparently gives free support but isn’t an employee replied that if I subscribe via Apple then I can’t enter the competitions, I should cancel any Apple subscription and pay directly. My subscription is with the Mail directly so one step forward two back.
I have sent a third email but won’t hold my breath of getting a reply that resolves my being locked out.

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 Linked to You

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

  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Diagnostics

Data Not Linked to You

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

  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

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


  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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