A fresh, redesigned app experience, making your timely, reliable and local news faster and easier to read.
In this release, we've focused on the reading experience: easier-to-read resizable text, support for dark mode, richer layouts, and improved performance throughout. Thank you for reading!

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What’s New

Version 4.1.0

More, better-looking, content. We’ve improved the way the sections feeds are shown, and increased the number of stories on the Home Screen by 4X!

Also… bug fixes and performance improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
10K Ratings

10K Ratings

WhatALovelyDay ,


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.

sjineug ,

Goodbye RG

For over 30 years I’ve enjoyed the Register Guard in Eugene. Since they’ve been sold (formerly locally owned) I’ve come to rely on the OregonLive/ The Oregonian for local news. I know I’m not alone in this. My hope is that the folks at OregonLive will grow to understand that their subscriber base has grown and respond with even more coverage of Willimette Valley issues.

linda sue 2020 ,

Your Covid -19 stories

Your Covid -19 stories lack facts. The headlines are used to spread panic. The total diagnosed or died from this virus will always go up. It is impossible for it to go down. So let’s concentrate on daily numbers and the curve. Also how many people are diagnosed or die from the flu in recent past years. I think actual factual numbers. Stories that tell us things like has a perfectly healthy person with no known health history died from this virus? Well all heard about the governor of Connecticut talking about the baby dying from corona when in fact the medical examiner said there is many tests that need to be ran and may take weeks to determine the true cause of death. How can you all make the determination before seeing autopsy reports? Thank you for your time.

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