InquirerPlus is the exciting new home of the digital version of the Philippine Daily Inquirer, Inquirer Libre, Bandera, Cebu Daily News and several other top Inquirer Group titles.
InquirerPlus delivers an exact replica of the printed titles with additional features such as article sharing via social networks, Smartzoom, storage of previously downloaded issues for on-the-go reading when wi-fi is not available and automatic-bookmarking of your place.
If you are a print subscriber of an Inquirer title with a subscription term of at
least six months, contact firstname.lastname@example.org for your complimentary access.
The app is free to download and comes with a complimentary 14-issue preview.
The Philippine Daily Inquirer offers the following subscriptions for inApp Purchase:
Single copy ($0.99 each): any single title
Inquirer Plus ($9.99/mo): gives one access to all the titles within the app.
Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period.You may manage your subscriptions by going to your 'Account Settings' after purchase.
Fixed an issue on non-SmartFlow text view where tapping on an image scrolls the screen to the top on iPhone
Fixed an issue with hanging 'Optimizing...' label when authorization fails opened in reading view
Included fix for 5 most common crashes
Adjusted UI handling for better landscape support on various views
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
No proper sharing function
It's such an expensive service you would think they would be able to allow the iOS sharing that includes more than Facebook, Twitter and email. At the very least an "open in browser" function so that we can use the sharing capabilities of our browser.
Not Totally Free, Unlike ABS-CBN Free iPhone App
Why can't Inquirer offer a simple version of a smart phone or tablet app like ABS-CBN's iPhone app that is predominantly text in content and has minimal graphics? Is the development cost for Inquirer's app content the reason they charge for a subscription? To be fair I suppose Inquirer has little cross-selling advantage unlike ABS-CBN, which in turn benefits from offering a truly free smart phone and tablet app because it encourages users to explore their other media outlets.
The "least I could do" is a star... It should have been a no star... I guess this department in PDI is dying... I would pay if the price was reasonable... What is reasonable? No paper used(Subtract that)... Lots of advertisements(Should at least give a discount)... No delivery logistics... There are lots of reasons for a digital copy to be at least a quarter of the paper copy... I hope somebody high up there is paying attention...
- PressReader Inc
- 57.4 MB
Requires iOS 9.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
- © Copyright 1997-2018 The INQUIRER Company
- In-App Purchases
- Philippine Daily $5.99
- Philippine Daily Inq. Standard $8.99
- Philippine Daily Inquirer Plus $15.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.