The Bergen Record is now on the iPad and the iPhone! Introducing The Bergen Record Print Edition app, where subscribers can read The Bergen Record on an iPad or an iPhone with all the stories, photos and ads shown just as it appears in print.

What’s New

Version 3.3.14

Added read and swipe modes in the menu bar.

Read Mode (previous default viewing mode)
- See pages in full screen
- When you single tap an article it will show in text mode
- Double tapping will zoom you into the page

Swipe Mode
- The page fits the width of your screen
- Tap the screen with two fingers to select an article in text mode
- Single or Double tap to zoom in page
- Simple horizontal and vertical swipes to view all content of all pages

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
91 Ratings

91 Ratings

route03 ,

Why did it take me soooooo long?

I’ve been reading a (paper) copy of the Bergen Record for over 30 years. And over that time I developed a reading HABIT on how and when to read my morning paper. I was very reluctant and didn’t want to break my morning routine when the opportunity to read the electronic edition of the pepper was introduced. Forced myself to be a little more open-minded about making the switch and am very pleased with the change to the e copy.
The reasons being:
1. It’s always there when I wake up.
2. Never have to wait for the paper version to arrive.
3. It never gets wet.
4. The ability to read a whole article without physically hunting down the rest of the story is “Amazing”!
5. The app works great
6. And most of all - - - - the heart and soul of everything that the Record is, is still there.
7. OH - - - and I still have confidence that the articles presented to me are accurate. THANK YOU for continuing to be a great example of authentic journalism!
8. 🥳❤️❤️😁

F_Ol ,

Great app - so easy to read the news

Love this app. I can flip pages and click on any article, then when selected, the full article shows up without having to go to a “continued on page —“ page. Also includes the comics and puzzles. The app is very easy to use.

wyckoff lois ,

Stories continued on other pages

I think at one time when you clicked on a story to enlarge it, you didn’t have to find the “continued on” page. It appeared at the end of the first part. Very helpful. Doesn’t seem to do it now.

App Privacy

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  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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