The Dallas Morning News ePaper provides a digital replica of the morning paper, but also has so much more. You can still take your morning paper wherever you go, but the ePaper also has an evening edition, allowing you to stay up to date on breaking stories that day and give you a sneak peek at what is to come the next morning. No matter what time it is, you can stay up-to-date with your favorite reporters and columnists in an easy-to-read format.

Downloading the app is free, but you will need a subscription to access the paper.

The monthly and semi-annual subscriptions to The Dallas Morning News ePaper are auto-renewing subscriptions. Upon purchase, you will receive access to The Dallas Morning News ePapers. Payment for this subscription will be charged to your iTunes account upon purchase. The subscription will auto-renew within 24 hours of the current subscription expiring. Auto-renewing subscriptions can be managed via Account Settings allowing them to be turned off. No cancellations of the current subscription are allowed during the active subscription period.

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What’s New

Version 6.0.7

Bug fixes and improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
4.5K Ratings

4.5K Ratings

eyes2golf ,

COVID free

Reading the DMN from my iPad was something I resisted. I like the tactile feeling of holding a newspaper and the sound of the crackling paper. The Coronavirus came and grabbing the DMN that has been wrapped in plastic, shove in a car with a person breathing on them, plus who knows how many have touched it, so iPad was great alternative. Low and behold, I have enjoyed the app. Easy to read. Easy to zoom in small print or isolate an entire article to read. So this old guy is now in 21st century, but still will enjoy a real paper as time allows. Some good from COVID or enjoying my options.

8irish8 ,

Liberal Bias Overwhelms Good Local Coverage

I have subscribed to the DMN for 37 years. It has been a reliable (and sole) source of local news for all that time. Sadly during this period the national coverage has drifted decidedly to the Left.
This drift has coincided with a drop in circulation. The editors seem more responsive to the owners than to their reading public.
Stories supporting a liberal agenda always make their way to the front page while anything adverse either is not covered or slips to the latter pages. Even each story is written with a clear liberal bent. 70 to 80% of the political cartoons attack the Right. The only places that a balanced reality set in are Letters to the Editor and voter recommendations. We have already reduced our subscription to digital, completely cutting the cord is not far away.

Man oh man 10101 ,

Bias on Reporting

I have taken the DMN for more than 20 years since moving to Texas. Hands down the Sports Day section is the best in the country. Great coverage and columns! Local reporting is also excellent. I have considered on more than one occasion dropping the paper as it has more and more bias throughout national reporting. What seems to be lost is reporting of the news and providing information so we as the readers can form our own opinions or inquire further. I do not need a reporter telling me what is true or false, especially without saying that it is their opinion rather than fact. Save that for editorial and opinion pages. Let’s get back to balanced reporting leaving behind bias and sensationalism.

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