The Digital Edition app brings you the full, daily edition of The Telegraph newspaper, straight to your iOS device.
Just download each edition from 5am every morning, then follow the issues you care about, online or offline, wherever your day takes you. Catch up on politics and business over your morning coffee, or take time to relax with finance, sport, technology, entertainment and culture.
Enjoy the full breadth of our intelligent insight, trusted opinion, reports and in-depth news articles, giving you unrivalled coverage of what matters to you. And get closer to the story with enriched photo galleries and videos - or challenge yourself with the full range of our fiendish puzzles.
Even if you go offline, you'll still have full access to your newspaper. What's more, you can save each issue for either:
- 1 day
- 2 days
- 7 days
- 14 days
- 28 days
With an intuitive layout and helpful reading tools, the Edition app has been carefully designed to give you the best reading experience that a news app can offer. Browse and open recent editions right away and see things clearly with adjustable font sizes and article zooming. If your reading is interrupted, you can return directly to the page you were on and pick up right where you left off. Plus, if you find a story you like, you can share it via email, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter or any other social media network of your choice.
The Digital Edition app brings you everything you would expect from the full printed newspaper, including:
• Your favourite weekend supplements from travel, property and gardening, plus weekly features from Telegraph Magazine and Stella
• In-depth analysis of the global stock markets, business and finance news, and world politics
• The inside scoop on sport news, including Tennis, Football, Cricket, Boxing & Rugby
• The latest news and features from culture, lifestyle and fashion
• Our interactive puzzles section with crosswords, sudoku & codewords to challenge you every day
• Full-screen photo galleries of the day's best images, as well as engaging videos and infographics
The Digital Edition app is free to download and you can read it in one of the following ways:
Purchase a monthly subscription for £25.99. Your subscription will auto-renew until you choose to cancel.
- Payment will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase
- Your subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period
- Your account will be charged for renewal within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period
- You can manage your subscription and switch off the auto-renewal by accessing your Apple ID after purchase
2) If you're a Telegraph newspaper subscriber, you can use the app by validating your subscriber number and postcode within the app.
The Digital Edition app supports iOS version 9.0 and above
Terms and conditions
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We've made some behind the scenes improvements, you might not be able to see any functional changes, but these tweaks help us to monitor performance of the app.
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Ratings and ReviewsSee All
One of the more reliable sources of news and analysis.
I start my day by reading the Telegraph on an iPad, and doing as many of the crosswords and other puzzles as I can in the time available.
It is easy to read and navigate on an iPad, with a clean layout.
The Telegraph is traditionalist and to the political right, so it will not appeal to everyone. It does provide alternate views from different correspondents. I generally find its reporting reliable, and analysis interesting. It does not hold back from criticising a Conservative government if it disagrees with policies or actions.
Sports coverage is good, but like all papers wastes far too many column inches on the round ball game. The “lifestyle”, culture and travel sections provide good information and ideas, but also too many links to hideously expensive items outside the budget of mere mortals.
I like saving some articles to Evernote for action or future reference. That used to be simple with two clicks on the “share” button. Since the revised design, this has not worked. I can still save, but it has become a tedious, multi-step process. I have considered giving up my subscription until that feature is repaired.
Unreliable. Unimpressive. Update 2: Please please fix the crossword
I find the new version of the Daily Telegraph app much less reliable than the previous version. It keeps closing unexpectedly, does not automatically download and the crossword puzzle suddenly crashes and will not load. Previously downloaded issues of the newspaper suddenly disappear from the library and have to be re-downloaded, which takes ages. Very disappointing. When it does work, the features of the new app are no better than the old version. A big publication like the Daily Telegraph should debug their app before launch, rather than expect subscribers to help do it for them.
Update: Since writing the above a couple of weeks ago, I have lost count of the number of times that I have had to load and re-load editions of the newspaper, which keep disappearing from the archive (they have all just disappeared again!). The crossword puzzle rarely works and almost always crashes while I am doing it, displaying a message saying something about error loading.... The only good news is that my subscription is about to end, though I do feel sorry for all the excellent journalists who’s work is let down by this flaky app.
Update 2: 2 April 2020. My favourite part of the newspaper, the quick crossword, still keeps crashing to the point where it is unusable. Other than that most of the other bugs seem to have been fixed at last.
Developer Response ,
We're really sorry for the inconvenience and we're working hard to fix some issues affecting performance of some iPads and iPhones.
We'll release a new version to the App Store in a few days, please keep an eye on updates.
If you have any further questions please share your thoughts with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Digital Edition team @The Telegraph
Great when it works as it should
I have had this app from the beginning and have experienced the odd annoyance on occasions, anything from not downloading automatically to having missing photographs that then cause it to crash before re downloading correctly. Even with the various updates these can still happen. On the bright side it's great to be able to read the paper first thing in the morning in bed without either getting dirty hands from newsprint or needing a light on should my husband still be sleeping. It is disappointing that not all stories are online. I especially like the photo galleries and being able to go back and re read news of interest again without the need to look through paper!
Since the last update the paper has crashed at least once every day. I'm also getting corrupted pages, writing appears over pictures, and some articles are impossible to read at all, on the bright side some of the adverts don't load either.
It’s now February 2018 and this app has got to the point where women the paper does automatically download it then crashes repeatedly, up to six times a day, I’ve tried deleting and reloading but nothing helps, I’m wondering if I’m the only person experiencing this problem, I keep waiting for an update.
- The Telegraph
- 15.7 MB
- Magazines & Newspapers
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- © Telegraph Media Group
- In-App Purchases
- Telegraph for iPad £25.99
- Telegraph for iPad £25.99
- 14th July edition of The Telegraph £0.99
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.