The Dallas Morning News ePaper provides a digital replica of the morning paper, but also has so much more. You can still take your morning paper wherever you go, but the ePaper also has an evening edition, allowing you to stay up to date on breaking stories that day and give you a sneak peek at what is to come the next morning. No matter what time it is, you can stay up-to-date with your favorite reporters and columnists in an easy-to-read format.

Downloading the app is free, but you will need a subscription to access the paper.

The monthly and semi-annual subscriptions to The Dallas Morning News ePaper are auto-renewing subscriptions. Upon purchase, you will receive access to The Dallas Morning News ePapers. Prices for the subscriptions are $4.99 for one month and $29.99 for six months. Payment for this subscription will be charged to your iTunes account upon purchase. The subscription will auto-renew within 24 hours of the current subscription expiring. Auto-renewing subscriptions can be managed via Account Settings allowing them to be turned off. No cancellations of the current subscription are allowed during the active subscription period.

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What’s New

Version 4.0.1

Bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

1.7 out of 5
62 Ratings

62 Ratings


Worst website now even worse

Your website is pitiful and a classic example of one step forward and two steps back. Even the government websites that are usually the most inane are better. I wish I had kept track of all the screw-ups that have taken hours of computer time and numerous calls to the help line (most of which weren’t returned) and when they were the excuse was that they know about the screwup and the web staff has been informed. Who’s in charge of this customer alienation program?

The reason I use the old print format is because your first updated format that mixed news (which I want to read) and your editorials (most of which I don’t) was horrible and and now this is worse. What happened to the ability to select a page? Why can’t I just choose one and start reading what I want to read? And now it won’t work at all, all I can see is a spinning wheel and it wants me to reset the app and try again. Where’s that in the fine print? Since I started using the internet (Whenever Al Gore invented it, not sure of exact date) nobody has ever asked me to reset a website. Why now? How?

4Star25 ,

Terrible Update

The new update is awful. Every time I look at anything else on my iPad, the DMN app reverts to page one. For example, if I check the time or need to read an email (why don’t you just show the time in the app so that I don’t have to leave the app to see what time it is?), I lose my place in the paper and have to flip through all the pages I’ve read to get back to it. Very frustrating!

Also, you can’t jump to a particular section, just to specific stories. For example, I can’t jump to the sports section or the comics, I have to choose a specific sports story or a specific comic strip to jump to.

This is an incredibly bad update. Someone needs to be seriously chewed out and a new update needs to come out ASAP to fix the problems this one created.

allante-kink ,

Fix sections functionality.

When you try to go to a section it should go immediately to that section. Now I have to press the section then press on an article in that section, then exit the article view. Used to be 5 stars, now 2 because of this. Also when I leave the paper to go to other apps it resets to the beginning about 60% of the time.

Review after bug fix update. Thanks for the bug fix. The problems with resetting to page 1 have gone away. I would still like choosing a section to go directly to the beginning of that section, but I can live with it. Upgrading to 4 stars.


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Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.


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