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.
Terms and Conditions: https://www.dallasnews.com/help/terms-of-service/
All-new Evening Edition format
-Updated user interface
-Other minor miscellaneous updates and improvements
Ratings and Reviews
This is what I have waited for! Thank you!
Although I have been using and like the other DMN app, you just can't replace looking at a real paper and flipping through the various sections. I think the functionality is great and was well thought out. There are several options to navigate between sections, I tend to prefer the top border option that allows you to quickly move from section to section. Once in a section, you can flip the pages by swiping or touching the arrow on the side of the page to turn the page. When you see an article you like, all you need to do is touch it and it highlights and enlarges. Done reading an article, just touch the screen anywhere. If you have to complain about something, it would be the initial download time, but this is solved by clicking the download for offline reading option first thing and letting it download while you are doing other things.
Not so sure any more that I want the old app back!
I have tried -- really, really tried -- to like the new app. The graphics and print are much better now, and that's good. But the download speed is either slow or non-existent, and the navigation buttons are so much harder to use in the new app. Specific examples -- today the first few pages of a few sections would load, but the remainder would not. So, I got to read pages 1-6, 19-20, no business or arts and life pages, and two pages of the Guide. I have deleted the app and am reinstalling it, and hopefully that will help. As for the navigation buttons - I read the paper on my iPad Air - about three years old - and the navigation buttons on each side of a page were so easy to use. The buttons at the top of the page are much less convenient to use and seem to be too close together. No matter how careful I am, I almost always manage to hit the "fast forward" button several times and then have to go back. This probably sounds like a small thing, but quite frankly, I get up each morning dreading the fight with this app.
Update - now that a few weeks have passed, I must say that I am becoming more impressed by this app. It's obvious that the developers have continued to work on it, and although there still is a significant lag time in downloading pages, the navigation buttons seem to work better. Thanks!
The Google ads now appear to be gone. I assume this is because of all the user complaints. If this is a case of DMN actually listening to their subscribers and realizing they made a mistake, then good for them. Although there are still times when the app can be a little glitchy, I generally like using the app and so I’m willing to raise my review from 1 to 4 stars just due to the elimination of the Google ads. If the ads return, I’ll go back to 1 star.
ORIGINAL REVIEW: The Dallas Morning News seems to constantly be trying to find new ways to ruin the experience of reading their paper. For those that pay money for a subscription to the e-edition, we are now being blasted with electronic ads at the bottom of each page. Ridiculous. The ads ruin the app.
Developer Response ,
Hello, yes, we heard your feedback about a year and a half ago and made an adjustment there. We've also been working hard over that time period to make sure the app is less glitchy. Hopefully you've noticed that change.
- A.H. Belo Management Services, Inc.
- 88.2 MB
Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Spanish
- Age Rating
- © 2019 A. H. Belo Corp.
- In-App Purchases
- 6 months $49.99
- Monthly $9.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.