Daily Breeze e-Edition 12+

Los Angeles Newspaper Group

Designed for iPad

    • 4.5 • 132 Ratings
    • Free

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Description

Torrance Daily Breeze - Covering the largest county in the United States, it is the best source of local news, sports and entertainment information. Torrance Daily Breeze now available 24/7 everywhere you are. The iOS app is an exact replica of the printed newspaper with customizable features to fit your needs.

While the app is free, a subscription to will be required to access content after a free trial period.

The app allows you to access the paper when you’re offline, on the road or in flight. Easy to save the information you want for later.

Stay connected to the events in your world with Torrance Daily Breeze iOS app!

- Local & National News
- Sport Scores
- Entertainment
- Business

What’s New

Version 3.7.0

New and improved app
Ability to bookmark articles
Better page navigation and article readability

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
132 Ratings

132 Ratings

CherylRene ,

Read the Daily Breeze Daily

I’ve read this paper for about 60 years, as a native of the South Bay. When we left the area I was delighted to find that I could continue reading in online and continue to enjoy it. While you are not as politically biased as many news sites, you do lean left which I try to ignore. My brother in law loves to do crosswords, so while reading my paper I make screenshots of the crosswords for him. Our whole family appreciates this paper.

As an aside, when the Breeze was on Pacific Avenue I won an art competition and was told that I had won a World Atlas and an encyclopedia yearbook. The year would have been 1959. I walked down from North Paulina to pick up my prize and was flabbergasted to find that the Atlas was about 11” x 15” x 1.25”!
My mom had to come and pick me up, of course. That was a lot of pounds of books. I still have the Atlas, even thought certainly some of the countries have changed their names.

SH in MB ,

25-year subscriber; now loving the new app

I first subscribed to the Daily Breeze a quarter-century ago in SoCal as a new resident to Manhattan Beach. A young middle-school neighbor stopped by our home while we were moving in to sell us a subscription through his school club.

We signed up in 1996 and have been loyal subscribers ever since—first enjoying the hard-copy paper delivered to our home forover two decades. A couple years ago my husband and I added digital access. Now we’re digital only—and we’re lowering our carbon footprint and never looking back I read the DB on my phone and my iPad. Love the new app. Love the paper. Love the journalists and editorialists. Love the sports coverage—especially of local teams. Kudos on a great new app and a terrific daily local paper.

RXJXR ,

Local News

We’re glad to have the Daily Breeze back in our home.
First of all, with the app there is no more paper waste and of course all of our old fish goes for garden fertilizer, and anyway who can afford to waste fish?
More importantly, we were once part of the News Pilot family and stuck with the Breeze despite its need to become less Pedro oriented. The final blow for us was when the Breeze refused to renew our subscription at our existing rate. We were done. It appears the Breeze has rediscovered the value of the Pedro market and is now again telling our stories in a balanced fashion.
As long as the subscription rate is fair, the news is Pedro news (news that is a better balance than with other publications) , we are in.

App Privacy

The developer, Los Angeles Newspaper Group, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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