Detroit Free Press eEdition 4+

Gannett

    • 4.7 • 557 Ratings
    • Free

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Description

Introducing The Detroit Free Press eEdition app, where subscribers can read The Detroit Free Press on iPhone and iPad with all the stories, photos and ads shown just as it appears in print. Subscribers can use their current account login to access current and back issues.

What’s New

Version 3.6.05

Improved startup speed
Improved stability

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
557 Ratings

557 Ratings

Yragappoc ,

Easy to use App

I am a long time newspaper reader. I was hesitant to go online to read the newspaper for a long time. But as you have over priced the delivery subscription out of my fixed income range and limited the number of days you will home deliver I have been forced to accept the inevitable by reading my newspaper on line. Your App was very easy to learn and most of the controls are intuitive to manipulate. My hats off to your programmers. I enjoy the paper although I miss the tangible feel of folding and reading a real paper. I also cannot cut out articles or other things I find of interest. I do print articles from time to time to have something tangible from the paper. Keep up the good work. Mr. Gary Coppa

therealsmithste ,

Even great for older folks!

I never thought that I would miss getting an actual newspaper every day, with an emphasis on “paper”. All my life I have enjoyed the feel of the paper in my hands, holding it up in front of my face and folding it, and hearing the ‘crinkle’ as I went through each page. Well, the digital Free Press actually upgraded the experience!
I am glad that there is a Print Edition, because the organization and look of the Free Press provides a welcome, comfortable experience. However, the digital format provides some features that I never thought possible. One can jump directly to a section; page through at the touch of a button; zoom into a column so it’s large print; or even tap an article to read it as if it’s a stand alone. Not to mention tapping ‘links’ that lead to the next part or related information.
And it’s still my favorite paper, even when it’s not paper. 😉

Thanks,
Steve

Bob Talbert ,

Just like the paper!

I have been reading the Detroit Free Press for over 30 years. Unfortunately, print media is becoming less and less prevalent these days. This app allows me to experience the feel of the print paper but has the added benefit of allowing me to zoom in and see specific stories as well as send them to friends and family for close reading. Screenshots allow me to keep historic events and review them at my leisure. Very nice interface as well; fast loading, high definition.

App Privacy

The developer, Gannett, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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