The Telegraph e-paper

The Telegraph e-paper

By PressReader Inc

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2011-08-12
  • Current Version: 4.9.5
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 56.93 MB
  • Developer: PressReader Inc
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 3
3
From 176 Ratings

Description

If you like your newspaper to look like a newspaper, then The Telegraph e-paper is for you. Have a complete digital replica of The Daily Telegraph and The Sunday Telegraph "home delivered" to your mobile device every day. •Browse the entire "paper" with one finger •Archive any or all of your favourite editions • Navigate quickly to your favourite section using the swipable Table of Contents • Read stories in both in page view or as text • Tap the audio prompt to have each story read to you (WIFI) • Pinch-zoom to get a better look at photos and text when in graphics view •Jump from article to article •Share any story through email, Twitter or Facebook •Print the stories you want to keep The Telegraph e-paper app can be downloaded and read offline. Touch the news that touches you by downloading the Telegraph e-paper app today. •The Telegraph e-paper app allows you to subscribe to a 1 month subscription at AU $19.99/month •Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase •Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period •Your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and the cost of renewal is •You may manage your subscriptions and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the your Account Settings after purchase •No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during active subscription period •Any unused portion of a free trial period, will be forfeited when you purchase an in-app subscription or if you decide to migrate to an authorized subscription from in-app

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Reviews

  • Pros and cons

    4
    By Newbie 101
    I didn't like it when the app first changed but now I find it easy to navigate. Still a few things to be sorted out. If you start the crossword, move away from it and then go back to it, it often won't load over the whole page or is on a go slow but if you close the app altogether and reopen it, it goes back to normal, not that all that should be necessary. Frustrating!
  • Riddled with bugs

    1
    By Pw5778
    The 'new' version is flashier but unstable. It takes an age to download and even longer to open. Navigation is clunky and don't even try the crossword - the clues will disappear off the top of your screen and you'll wait for ever to type in an answer. I really regret my year's subscription. Of course the quality of journalism is good, but if you want to be informed without frustration, buy the paper. Why can't we give no stars?
  • I am about to cancel my subscription

    5
    By Plymouth Sid
    Why? It would appear that I need to save up to buy a new i-pad!
  • Yes, it's Australian!

    1
    By JustMePaul
    Yet another piece of junk cluttering up my system.
  • Not the British version!

    1
    By MrsM.Moose
    This is not the Telegraph newspaper from Britain...it is Australian so don't be fooled by the logo and download it by mistake!!
  • Brian

    1
    By B123w
    What is this all about????
  • Eh?

    1
    By MiniCOD
    I'm in London England with location services on yet get offered papers from Sydney, Australia!!
  • Idiots need not apply

    5
    By HokeMoseley
    A tip to all the dolts writing that they thought this was the UK Telegraph app: Don't advertise your stupidity by leaving a review. In your attempts to download the Times don't get New York instead. Oh and The Mirror from Mumbai is not the red top you're used to. This app is fine, even has audio for the poorly-sighted. Certainly doesn't deserve one star reviews from imbeciles.
  • Problematic

    2
    By PJTChester
    Always a somewhat unstable app. The latest update to fix bugs leaves it hanging on the black title sheet.
  • No download yet again

    1
    By Juliedouglass13
    Will we ever be able to read the telegraph again? What do we do now?

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