The Inland Valley Daily Bulletin news app offers breaking news, local news, sports, entertainment, events, politics and national news most relevant to San Bernardino County residents. This free app offers breaking news alerts on events impacting your Southern California community, including Ontario, Upland, Rancho Cucamonga, Pomona, Fontana, Claremont, Montclair, La Verne, Chino and Chino Hills.
Designed especially for mobile devices, the Daily Bulletin news app offers amazing clarity and convenience with a variety of improved features, including:
• Bold new layout
• Dynamic visuals
• Faster content delivery
• More frequent updates
• Easier sharing on Facebook/Twitter
This release includes bug fixes, and optimizations.
• Fix for push notification opening a previous article.
• Adjusted push notification system to more often open pushes inside of the app.
• Updated Images to be completely displayed.
Ratings and Reviews
This review is in regards to the latest update. Published works on DB are thorough and interesting among local news outlets; keep up the good work with the coverage. The only thing that was lacking was an appealing aesthetic to their application. They have put a unique and impressive interface in which i commend them for. I can safely say that this will be my #1 application for news.
No search function
There's no search function so if you're in the middle of reading an article and you accidentally close the screen, good luck finding the article again
It's like they just gave up on quality
I would try to say this is a work in progress, but it's actually a step backward. The IVDB USED TO OFFER ANOTHER BETTER APP but that one now directs to this one. The stories in this app are older (the most recent article in the business section is two days old), the columnists are not as easily found, there are fewer pictures, and it looks overall as though they just gave up. The old app was the only news app I had -- it was actually very good source of short and sweet synopses of major news, with local feel and flavor. Not sure what happened here..May check back in a few months. It can't just stay mediocre, right?
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.