Introducing the new Denver Post sports app, showcasing the best coverage of Colorado's professional, college and high school sports. Get live scores, breaking news, photos, stats, video highlights, commentary and team-specific alerts on the Denver Broncos, Colorado Avalanche, Denver Nuggets, Colorado Rockies, Colorado Rapids, CU Buffs, CSU Rams and Colorado high schools, plus skiing, X Games, Olympics and outdoors news.
• Up-to-the-minute stories, photos and video from the most experienced sports journalists in Colorado
• Columns from Woody Paige, Mark Kiszla, Benjamin Hochman, and reports from Mike Klis, Troy E. Renck, Adrian Dater, Mike Chambers, Patrick Saunders, Nick Groke, Christopher Dempsey, John Meyer, Tom Kensler and Scott Willoughby.
• Live stats and standings
• Latest video and photos from the field to the locker room
• Push notifications for scores, trade rumors, injury reports and other team news
This release includes bug fixes, and feed loading optimizations to help prevent long loading screens.
We want your feedback on the apps! You can now submit feedback directly from the app menu.
Ratings and Reviews
Need to see more articles; minuscule type
The articles are well written, but why can I only see the last five? Also, a change a while back moved to something like 5 point Times New Roman, which is nearly impossible to read.
Font too small
It is a piece of cake to program any app to allow users to increase the font size. And this app has such a setting, but maxes out in a font still way too small to read. Newspapers wine that they are losing business. But then they won't allow older readers to enlarge the font size to a decent level. It would cost the DP nothing to allow larger font sizes. But they risk losing readers ($$$) if they don't. At least make it as big as the NYTimes and Wash Post.
Decent app but...
Why all the high school cross country running results. Honestly seems like an easy fix but the problem has lingered for months. Fairly sure the post is not eating its own dog food or it would have done some thing by now. See marissa Meyer at google....first thing she did as a new yahoo employee was sign up for a new yahoo mail account. Recommend you do the same.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.