The Enquirer 12+


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Experience the heart of Cincinnati through our impactful stories that matter – whether it's investigative journalism, thorough analysis, or uncovering the truth behind the news (including Cincinnati Reds, Bengals, and local sports coverage). We're proud award-winners, including a Pulitzer Prize for local news, but our focus is clear: discovering truths, fostering understanding, and connecting our community.

We're your Cincinnati companions in storytelling, here to share and inform.

• Explore in-depth Cincinnati news and watchdog journalism, holding powerful Ohio figures accountable.
• Celebrating the good, resolving the bad, and investigating the challenges, all to improve our city.
• Indulge in culinary insights with a focus on Cincinnati's food scene, helping you savor the best.
• Local sports coverage: Bengals and Reds insights, plus the exclusive subscriber newsletter: Charlie's Chalkboard.
• Discover rising talents in high school sports, culminating in the annual Cincinnati H.S. Sports Awards.
• Engage with real-time alerts, captivating puzzles, enriching podcasts, personalized feed, and the eNewspaper.

• Stay updated with real-time breaking news alerts.
• Enjoy personalized content on the all-new For You page.
• Access the eNewspaper, an electronic version of our printed newspaper.

Subscription Information:
The app is free to download, providing limited free articles each month.
Subscriptions renew via your account monthly/yearly, with options to manage in settings. Details in "Subscription Support" within the app.

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What’s New

Version 7.3.2

• Check out the new "Trending" module on the Top stories section to see what news is popular now.
• We've also updated the look and feel of the app and improved performance - let us know how you like it: reach out to

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
4.2K Ratings

4.2K Ratings

Tallstax Jenkins ,

Great journalism but the app itself needs some tweaks.

The reporting that the enquirer does is top notch. All you need to do is read their incredible piece 7 Days of Heroin and you’ll know the quality and dedication they’re capable of. I just have a minor criticism about the notification system for the app. I set up notifications so I can stay up to date on the news of my city, but I don’t care about certain topics. Namely sports. I just wish there was an option to opt out of getting notifications about specific topics. That way I wouldn’t have my phone buzzing at me to tell me about things I have absolutely no interest in.

Bradh02 ,

News, Interrupted

This app could be great, but I wouldn’t know because it’s really hard to actually use it without first having a newsletter prompt pop-up that I have to decline. This is followed by an offer to subscribe for $.99 for 3 which would be a great offer, except that I AM ALREADY A SUBSCRIBER!!!!! In fact, this is DAY TWO of my one year subscription and the fact that I have to decline this offer is simply asinine. I’m only paying $1.06/month and I feel like I overpaid for this lousy experience. Once you get an actual news article, there is a steady stream of ads and surveys o the extent that there seems to be a 1:1 ratio of paragraph to ads/surveys.

I would pay $4 or $5/month for a better experience, but I am seriously so disgusted I’m considering canceling my $1/month subscription. I can’t even believe it, but I simply can’t get to the news on this app without the deluge of interruptions. I have to wonder if anyone from Gannett has actually used this app and compared it to other news apps???

Yo Freakin Mama ,

The app itself is awful

If you’re in the middle of an article and go check the weather or answer your phone, or even just put your phone down long enough for it to sleep, the app closes completely and you have to reopen it, find the article you were reading, and then find your place in the article. Every. Single. Time. It’s super annoying and I don’t have ANY other apps that do that. It’s not like it would take new technology to fix that incredibly annoying “feature.” Even this very app didn’t start doing it until relatively recently. So they must have deliberately *chosen to make this happen. I’m seriously considering dropping my subscription until they fix it.

App Privacy

The developer, Gannett, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Used to Track You

The following data may be used to track you across apps and websites owned by other companies:

  • Location
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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