The free iPhone app from Metro US gives you the latest and most interesting news stories in a fresh and easy to digest design.
With the Metro US app you will have access to our complete digital content at all times, wherever you are located.
The new app comes with push notifications, and Metroís journalists will notify you instantly on the most important and interesting stories, directly when they happen.
With the Metro US app you will never miss anything important.
* Push notifications. Be instantly updated with the latest and most interesting news stories
* New navigation. Quickly find all sections and categories with the new intuitive navigation menu.
* New image galleries. Swipe smoothly to next image, and view all images in full-screen mode.
* Readerís comments. Participate in discussions, read comments from other readers and add your own.
* Built-in sharing: Share the articles with e-mail, Facebook or Twitter with the simple built-in tools.
* Pull to refresh: Simply pull any page to refresh the latest version from the server.
* Minor performance improvements & bug fixes
* Optimized App to support iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
For the past five weeks when I activate this app, it goes straight to candy crush or some other silly game. I have over 100 apps on my phone and this is the only one that it happens too. I've deleted this twice and reinstall but still have the same problem.
I know this is a free app and I expect some advertising but come on. Ever story you click on has the Cisco Ad open before you can read it. That's bad enough, but when you go back to the menu page to look for the next article to read the ad reopens yet again. I tried to watch the ad to see if it would stop but no.
So if you want to read some news this is not the app to do it on!
Love Metro, but hate this app. Pop-up ads for every click, even just to go back to home page. Same ad too. Advertisers beware, you money bought nothing but my aggravation at your company. Subtlety is the way to go, or limit it to one occurrence. Also, wish the app flowed more like reading the actual paper, instead of a web of links.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.