The San Bernardino Sun news app offers breaking news, local news, sports, entertainment, events, politics, and national news most relevant to San Bernardino County residents. This free app offers breaking news alerts on events impacting your Southern California community, including San Bernardino, Highland, Rialto, Colton, Fontana, Loma Linda, Grand Terrace, Bloomington and Redlands.
Designed especially for mobile devices, the Whittier Daily News news app offers amazing clarity and convenience with a variety of improved features, including:
• Bold new layout
• Dynamic visuals
• Faster content delivery
• More frequent updates
• Easier sharing on Facebook/Twitter
This release includes bug fixes, and feed loading optimizations to help prevent long loading screens.
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San Bernardino Sun
Has too many problems compared to the last one. I click an ad n there is nothing. Need to fix those bugs because its starting to get annoying. N it cnt b the service bcuz I read frm home with wifi n it's stupid! Fix this problem plz!!!
Okay, but what is the point?
The app has not crashed at all, like other reviewers mentioned in the last versions. However, some contents, eg. Classified, jobs etc. directly linked to the website and are not really optimized to this app. Maybe it has still been in a process of the development. At this moment, I'll go to the website directly, check the news of The Sun.
Awful App, Awful Writers.
This app is constantly force closing on me.
Whoever is writing these articles needs to take a few classes in communications/journalism! There are numerous punctuation, spelling and grammar errors and the news articles never cover the content displayed in the news heading.
Current Breaking News:
'4 reasons the latest CIA revelation is serious'
'The latest fight over America's spycraft has triggered serious constitutional questions.
On the Senate floor Tuesday, Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California, the chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee, said that the CIA searched computers used by Senate staff to investigate the CIA, confirming a story reported by the New York Times last week.'
Um, what the heck writers? You people are morons.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.