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What’s New

Version 8.11

- New customized weather functionality
- Design Improvements
- Minor bug fixes
- Live Streaming enhancements

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
666 Ratings

666 Ratings

droolmouth ,

You get what you don’t pay for

I don’t see how this makes economic sense for the P-D, but as an out-of-state, non-subscriber Cardinals fan, getting all the St. Louis baseball stories for free, on an easy-to-use app, can’t be beat. I used to have to wait until we came down to St. Louis every June to read the stories, and even then, I would have to pay for the paper. Now they’re free, all year long. So three cheers for the media’s fiscal insanity. (And thank you to the local subscribers and advertisers who are paying my way.)

Jm 129 ,

Frequent Story Page Reloads

Whether caused by a bug in the app, or how advertisements are loaded, story pages reload in an uncontrollable manner. There is obviously no way to eliminate the pervasive, and frequently irrelevant advertising from loading. As one scrolls the articles it it nearly impossible not to cause an advertisement to spawn a webpage, which becomes an unwanted interruption while reading an article. (This is also true of the STL Today news app for the St. Louis Post Dispatch.). While the advertising enables users to read articles free of charge, it makes for a frustrating experience as pages reload for no reason and return the reader to the very beginning of the article. Please fix this!

Yogi-I was a catcher. ,

Thankful for my I-pad

I don’t get the Post anymore so after I look at the incredibly shrinking BND, I go to STLtoday. Great stories today(6-8-18) about the old Redhead.
In all honesty, I must admit it is very difficult to watch baseball as it is played today. Players stepping out after each pitch(Carpenter) and guys standing and watching when they hit a fly to the outfield. I am not too crazy about all these .250 hitters pointing to the sky if they hit a homerun.
Mike Wittlich from Belleville,Illinois.

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