Get the latest News, Sports News & US breaking News. View daily weather updates, watch videos and photos & more. Join the discussion and stay informed from an app with a simple design and easy to read text. Fast access to the most important news with notification options for receiving Breaking News and other alerts.
• Touch-driven, simple design with easy to read text.
• View and share opinions with article comments
• Notification options for receiving Breaking News
• Enhanced photos and videos for optimal viewing experience
• Top story and top video carousels to browse the most important stories
• Navigation menu allows easy access to the most important sections, while allowing a deeper dive into your favorite sections and teams.
Bug fixes, performance, and stability improvements.
Tip: You can save an article to read later by tapping on the Star icon at the top of the article screen. You can get to your saved articles by going to the Menu, then selecting ‘Saved’.
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Ratings and Reviews
I feel like The Oregonian does a fantastic job of completely researching and investigating news prior to reporting. I will say that some of the opinion articles need to be reviewed more closely for grammar mistakes, but I think that’s true throughout the industry and isn’t limited to The Oregonian.
Are there ads on the app? Yes. Because investigation and reporting costs a TON of money and since we are all downloading a free app to get our news, they have to get money from somewhere. If you don’t want ads on your free news app, buy a subscription to a print newspaper and encourage everyone around you to do the same. Otherwise, deal with it.
I’m a self admitted news junkie. I appreciate getting the news in a similar format as in print. I still miss print, But I have to admit that I read the news on the go and in the format you present it to me.
So little news it’s hardly worth the effort
Based on the news feed it seems the only thing Oregonians care about are dear Abby columns, the top ten houses for sale with finished basements, and opinion columns. Most of the news are a police blog- of arrests, and fires. There are occasional news stories of value, but too few. I am repeatedly disappointed by my sporadic visits to the app. I gave it two stars to give the web designers credit for functionality and the ability to research old articles- from when there was robust news reporting.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.