Herald Sun.

Herald Sun.

By News Digital Media

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2010-11-18
  • Current Version: 7.7
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 115.44 MB
  • Developer: News Digital Media
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    2/5 ( 14 Reviews)
  • Price:
    Free
Herald Sun. App Ratings: 2
2
From 14 Reviews
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Herald Sun. App Description

Download the Herald Sun’s new app for iPhone and iPad today! The Herald Sun app delivers award-winning coverage of breaking news, politics, crime, business and opinion, AFL and other major sports, plus the digital replica of the printed paper and much more. It’s the best way to never miss the stories that matter in Melbourne and VIC and it’s all right at your fingertips. Key features include: • Live and latest news – Get the news as it breaks 24-hours a day, 7 days a week • My News – Your own personal news feed. Tailor your news to get straight to the topics that matter to you • Today’s Paper – Read the paper anytime, anywhere with the digital replica of the paper, as it’s printed • Notifications – Be the first to know when big stories break with instant news alerts • Live Sport Scores – Stay on the ball with AFL and NRL live sport scores and expect analysis • Share – Join the conversation and share your favourite stories via Facebook, Twitter or email • Daily puzzles – With new crosswords and Sudoku puzzles every day, there’s always something to keep your mind active The Herald Sun app for iPhone and iPad is free to download and enjoy, however to access more simply subscribe for Member-only access. Member-only access gives you full digital access to thousands of subscriber only stories, the digital replica of the paper, puzzles, comics and more of what you love. Subscription is easy, either: 1) Subscribe through the app (via iTunes) to start your 30-day FREE trial; then subscriptions will automatically renew to $29.99 per month. The subscription period will automatically renew unless turned off no later than 24 hours before the end of the current period. Your credit card will be charged through your iTunes account with the subscription price of $29.99 per month. You can manage your subscription any time from your iTunes account settings, this includes renewal options and cancellations. Or, 2) Log in with an existing Herald Sun+ Membership For our Privacy Policy and Terms of Use, please visit preferences.news.com.au Please note: This app supports iOS 9 and above Please note: This app features Nielsen's proprietary measurement software which will allow you to contribute to market research or audience ratings services. Please see www.nielsen.com/digitalprivacy for more information

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App Reviews

  • Price Increase? Adios!

    1
    By JimF75029
    Not sure what the logic is behind the tripling of the monthly price--significantly higher than any other comparable e-paper--but I cancelled my subscription this afternoon. Very disappointed.
  • Hate the App love your paper

    1
    By rob8899
    I love to wake up in the morning and read your paper. Wish the app didn't freeze and refuse to down load all the time. Guys fix the bugs!
  • Most frustrating app ever

    4
    By SV391424
    This would have to be the worst newspaper app ever, constant crashes, unable to load current newspaper etc. Waste of Money.
  • Ugly interface, you need an account

    2
    By riggins11
    Quite ugly and you need an account to view articles. Design - ugly, learn from the sydney morning herald, it's awesome!
  • Extremely Impressed!

    5
    By Mattyzed
    This update is an impressive step up in line with other highly rated magazine type layouts. (Flipboard, Currents & Zite). You only need to download and read what interests you and a 7pm edition wraps up the day nicely. What I really like is the ability to also read the paper in its standard format. The zoom in and read works well. Highly recommend.
  • Poorly Executed

    2
    By misnomer
    The authors should look at Bloomberg Businessweek+, Flipboard, and even The Daily for ideas on a better execution. In this case, you should stick with the free website. The app has outdated navigation and content refresh is handled poorly.

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