The NewsMemory eEdition app is offered by participating publications to let subscribers read an exact replica of the print edition on an iPad or iPhone.
Readers can quickly navigate the entire publication using iOS multi-gestures. Swipe to browse pages or sections or tap a live headline or page number to reach your favorite article. A thumbnail view lets you scan all the pages at once. To read a story, just tap to zoom the page image, or tap to article mode and read the whole story, including jumps, in the text window at the font size you prefer. The eEdition will also let you easily find topics using the section and story index, or find any ad or story via a full text search of words contained in the copy. The eEdition is published on the same schedule as the print edition. Just open the app to get the latest edition for on-line or off-line reading. You can also access back issues that you might have missed.To use, just download the app and select your publication. Access typically requires an account login and password that is provided to subscribers. Check with your publication for details. The app provides free access to a demo edition so you can try out the eEdition before subscribing. If you subscribe to several participating papers, the app will let you switch among them.
- Improved stability on iOS 14
- Minor bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
Great for reading my AM paper. My only complaint is that sometimes to get the words into columns they are cut off incorrectly and some things are inserted at the end instead of where they should be. I notice this mostly in the obits and when you start reading, they don’t make sense until you look at the bottom.
No more newspaper print on hands
Reading the Waterbury paper is absolutely great. I have been doing it for over two years. It’s pretty easy to get used too and your don’t have too share with anyone. What I really enjoy is making the print larger, easier to read, you can send articles to others, no more recycling the papers, no dust from the paper, clean hands and articles you can save, you can go back in the paper 30 days, just to name a few of the highlights.
You really need to give it a try. I have an iPad I read it on so it’s fantastic. I don’t think you’ll be disappointed, you’ll probably wonder why you haven’t been reading it online all along, it’s the future.
I’m 73 and my husband is 74, makes for a calmer relationship when it comes to the newspaper. So easy once you get the hang of it.
Nothing loads (update)
My newspaper subscription today directed me to this app as the replacement for the existing one. Opening on the app loads a basically blank page. There is an apparent ‘search’ function, but it is not possible enter anything.
Next day... NOW it loads and appears to work fine. Not sure what is better about it than then one previously being used for The Winchester Star, but at least it works - and I have learned I can also access the paper (in the same format) in a browser.
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- 67.2 MB
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 9.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
- Age Rating
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.