The (San Bernardino) Sun 4+

MediaNews Group

Designed for iPad

    • 4.8 • 16 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



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Welcome to a new app experience, we have optimized our app and giving it a facelift! This faster iOS native app now has the following new features:

Your News:
Provide personalized recommendations for content based on user preferences. Users will be allowed to customize the content they want to engage with by selecting the topics they are truly interested in. By going to the “Your News” tab the user can bypass the noise of all that is published and home in on the content they want

Saved Articles:
Save feature that allows users to save articles or other content they are interested in for later reading or reference.Push notifications will remind users to read their saved articles or suggest related content

Custom Push Notifications:
The user can select what topics they want to be notified about which makes for a much less intrusive experience.

Top Navigation Bar:
A top navigation bar lets the user switch between sections by swiping or tapping.

Enews in-app:
Desire the newspaper experience? No need to open a separate app! By simply going to Settings and selecting E-News the user can browse the Digital Replica of the day’s paper.

Offline Reading:
This feature allows users to enable offline reading from Settings. Offline “Reading Preferences” can also be customized for Settings.

Swipe Left:
Instead of going back to the main section to find more articles, users have the option to simply swipe, immediately opening other articles in the Section.

Follow Topics:
A user will be shown articles on topics they are following. To follow select “follow” at the article level and related articles will gain relevancy and be shown more frequently. Just as easily “Unfollow”

Terms of Use:

What’s New

Version 10.0.14

Bug Fixes and Maintenance

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
16 Ratings

16 Ratings

TravelRat2012 ,

Much better than the previous version

This app for the Sun is leaps and bounds above the old version. Updated much better. No need to go to the website for Inland Empire news.

Gnfnr4dj ,

Read 3 articles free! Then pay to read.

App says free. Great. Downloaded. Read three articles, then got blocked by message stating to sign up free, no credit card required. So they want to gather a bunch of data on me? Fine, I guess that’s the cost of using digital businesses. I “signed up”. Got to read three more articles, with pop up ads by the way, and then got blocked by message saying I had to now pay to read. Wow. Bait, switch. Bait, switch. What’s the next hoop to jump through? I have a feeling that even if you pay to read, you still have to deal with constant pop up ads, etc. If constant ads are creating revenue, then why charge readers? I have a feeling this news outlet is going out of business soon. These business practices make this the type of app you delete within 10 minutes of download.

Ratsun ,

Okay, but what is the point?

The app has not crashed at all, like other reviewers mentioned in the last versions. However, some contents, eg. Classified, jobs etc. directly linked to the website and are not really optimized to this app. Maybe it has still been in a process of the development. At this moment, I'll go to the website directly, check the news of The Sun.

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