The Oklahoman News 12+


    • 3.0 • 789 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



From critically acclaimed storytelling to powerful photography to engaging videos — The Oklahoman app delivers the local news that matters most to your community.

• Access all of our in-depth journalism, including things to do around town, sports coverage from high school to the pros, and much more.
• Enjoy a streamlined, fast-loading experience that makes it easy to view the stories, photos, and videos that matter to you.
• Get breaking news, sports scores, and weather alerts with real-time notifications tailored to your interests.
• Customize your experience by saving your favorite stories, adjusting text size, using night mode, or reading offline.

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What’s New

Version 6.12.5

• We’ve made starting and maintaining your subscription even easier.
• We’ve added more personalized content recommendations.

Ratings and Reviews

3.0 out of 5
789 Ratings

789 Ratings

Helpafrica ,

Needs work

I can appreciate that there is a lot to consider when building an app, but I really struggle to use this one effectively. For starters, customizing the UI for readability is extremely limited. I use the app on an iPad in landscape mode and the columns are not consistently sized. I would turn the iPad to portrait, but it would disconnect the keyboard.
Getting the gist of articles in the smallest column on the right requires me to open each article just to know what it’s covering. There’s plenty of space for advertising, but there’s no discernible section for providing feedback on each article, which is really important to me. Allowing for public discourse is a great way to engage readers and increase readership. It also gives the editorial folks an idea of what subscribers are looking for. Cater to your audience and subscriptions will increase. Without the option for public discourse people will be less interested in what is being published, and subscriptions will continue to decrease.
So, a complete overhaul of the UI is in order. If you can pull this off and make the app more accessible (customizable, intuitive, encouraging of feedback, AND equally useful to those with special needs), then you will have made a great app. What you’re offering misses the mark, but I’m looking forward to significant improvements.

Robbie459 ,

Restore the replica version

For whatever reason, the replica (E-Edition) version was dropped with the last upgrade to the Daily Oklahoman. I’ve been a customer for over 50 years. I was even sent the paper when overseas. Since those times, I’ve seen the paper shrink twice in size, shrink significantly in content, drop the separate TV schedule and sky rocket in price. For the last several years, I’ve been reading the paper on an iPad since the paper doesn’t arrive until 9-10am. Now, you’ve dropped the e-edition or replica edition. Now it’s just scattered articles - news, sports, business - with no organized sections. Either restore the replica edition or I cancel my subscription, like everyone else seems to have done. PS - Your Subscription ladies, who talk to customers, are the most uncaring, rude employees I’ve ever spoken with. Graham Robertson The Village

Contactj ,

Very Unappetizing

The experience of reading a “paper” version of a newspaper was something I reluctantly gave up when the prices for delivery sky rocketed. I assume this was done to push subscribers to the more cost effective digital version. But at least I could still read the paper in many of the same ways I used to in the E-Edition or Print version. Now they changed the format completely. I am frustrated mentally sorting out “fresh” news from items I’ve read in past days or maybe skipped from past days. In the past my eye would catch an article on a topic in the “real” paper that I wouldn’t ordinarily be interested in but after reading the 1st few lines it would capture my attention. In this new format I find myself saying “skip this and skip that” so I leave the experience still feeling hungry for news and uninspired by the experience. Makes me think of the Don McLean song, “The Day The Music Died”

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