This is a completely new app. It's the first ever completely custom built Daily Caller app. Our apps have had a lot of problems over the years. We apologize and hope you give this new one a chance. We don't think you will be disappointed. It works great and includes:
- A completely revamped user interface!
- Fewer ads!
- Smoother transitions between pages!
- An option to save articles for offline reading!
- And much more!
The Daily Caller delivers our fresh take on national news for your iPhone and iPad. The Daily Caller offers the latest from politics to opinion in a sleek on the go app. Get this free app today and take The Daily Caller with you wherever you go.
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This version seeks to bring improved performance and less memory use.
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Finally got it right
I’ve been a big fan of The Daily Caller for years. Until this recent update I have struggled using the app for a variety of user-unfriendly reasons. Often I would be frustrated and forced to close the app and go to the website to finish reading a story. Other times I would just close and go to another of my favorite news apps. I don’t know if you changed app developers or looked at it from a user experience perspective but it’s better and I’m glad.
It was great until...
The news items are great and not just a reiteration of the same contrite storyline. If I could rate them outside of the app I would give them 5 stars. However, over the past couple of months I had to report glitches through the online email address because I couldn’t find a way through the app. First, the search function wasn’t functioning. It would time out. Then state File Unable To Load. Server Error. I never received an automatic reply email. I suppose they received many emails because the problem was resolved. Second, is the same complaint as many others have written about. You get a couple of sentences and it says Read More. You tap on it and it brings you to another page with the exact same thing. Lastly, I’m don’t like all of the advertising either as so many others have written in their reviews. I noticed that the ads became very intrusive once The Daily Caller News Foundation began to a subscription based service. I feel like it’s a punishment to those of us who have been reading their articles since Tucker Carlson days and helped make them popular. I don’t want to pay for a monthly subscription. I understand that they need to make money but the amount of ads are obnoxious. It’s for all of these reasons why I gave the app a one star rating.
New pop up ads and “fee-to-read” articles wreck the app
UPDATE: I have deleted the Daily Caller app. Although the information on it is very good, my complaints below continue, and I have another complaint large enough to delete the app. For the past months Daily Caller has had certain articles, many per day, that you are unallowed to read unless you pay them a hefty monthly fee. If Daily Caller truly wanted the dissemination of this very important information one would not force someone to pay for it. Also, there is no ability before clicking on an article to know if it is one you have to watch an ad to read, or if you cannot read the article at all due to it being only for pay members. Some of these “pay articles“ have seemed important to disseminate to all without having to pay for them.
I would suggest deleting this pay-to-read app and get the “BreitHedge” or the “Report” app instead. You get more information without the ads or the “pay-to-read” crap.
This app has been a spectacular source for conservative-leaning articles and continues to be through today.
Unfortunately they have decided to insert pop-up ads about 75% of the time when clicking on a link to an article. They are the kind of ads you have to wait a few seconds before you are able to X off the ad. Having to deal with this hassle 3 out of four clicks kind of wrecks the app for me.
I would love to rate this app 5 stars, but the new ads bump it down to 2...
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