AppleInsider

AppleInsider

By Crafted

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2012-12-14
  • Current Version: 3.0.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 42.30 MB
  • Developer: Crafted
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    3/5 ( 327 Reviews)
  • Price:
    Free
AppleInsider App Ratings: 3
3
From 327 Reviews
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AppleInsider App Description

The official AppleInsider app for iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch serves as the most up-to-date and reliable source for all things Apple. Since 1997, AppleInsider has been the number one destination for Apple-related news, rumors, reviews, expert commentary and more. And with the AppleInsider app, you can take all that goodness with you on the go, staying a step ahead of your friends with breaking news alerts and finger-tip access to the latest Apple news and rumors. Features: - A cutting edge design with 3D Touch support and a brand-new typeface that makes viewing content a breeze. - Be the first to know about breaking news and major announcements with push notifications sent directly to your device as they happen. - Access the AI YouTube video library to view product reviews, tutorials and more. - Listen to weekly podcasts and keep current with live Apple event coverage. - Enjoy an ads-free viewing experience (available to subscribers for $9.99 per year with an auto-renewable, annual subscription). - Optimized for both iPhone and iPad. - Brand-new Apple Watch app. AppleInsider Pro subscription available: 1-year subscription for $9.99, subscription will automatically renew until canceled AppleInsider Pro Automatic-Renewal Feature: Your AppleInsider Pro digital subscription will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase and will automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of your current period. Your iTunes account will automatically be charged at the same price for renewal, $9.99 per year, within 24 hours prior to the end of your current period. Current subscriptions may not be canceled during the active subscription period, but you can manage your subscription and/or turn off auto-renewal by visiting your iTunes Account Settings after purchase. For AppleInsider subscribers with an existing non-renewing subscription (purchased prior to the release of AppleInsider 3.0), you will continue to have access to all of the features of AppleInsider Pro and your subscription will expire at the end of your subscription term. For complete terms and conditions, please see our Terms of Use (http://www.appleinsider.com/terms-of-use) and Privacy Policy (http://www.appleinsider.com/privacy).

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App Reviews

  • Reading articles

    3
    By Steel Drums
    Why can I still not swipe between articles when in full-screen reading mode on iPhone X or newer? The fact that I pay for a subscription makes it even worse. This is a basic UX usability aspect especially for an Apple-centric news app. Please improve the UX.
  • Great update but cannot read/write comments

    1
    By 991tts
    Logged in but I cannot write or read comments. Weird! Latest iOS 10.3.2 and iPhone 7 Plus. Revised review to one star only because I still cannot read/write comments and the developers don't seem to bother to respond to this. Now on iOS 10.3.3 and still cannot write or read forum comments. Crappiest support ever!!! UPDATE: I canceled my paid subscription because nobody seems to bother to help me. Now on iOS 12.0 and an iPhone XS Max but I still cannot read/write in the Apple Insider Forum.
  • Dark mode

    1
    By Nicklodan
    You would think that the people who actually wrote an article about how amazing dark mode is Would update thre app with dark mode About time
  • This app is ok but...

    1
    By AHSMASSACHUSETTS
    The Ads and Comments pages are still entry vectors for malware Revised on 10.01.2018: Free version reverts to malware...
  • NOTIFICATIONS BROKEN

    5
    By thematthews
    Notifications do not appear for new articles or any articles for that matter. I even purchased the year subscription hoping that would fix the issue. I love Apple Insider. Thanks so much for fixing. FYI - I have uninstalled and reinstalled the app and verified notifications are turned on for this application.
  • $9.99 Subscription for  news propagation

    1
    By Tactics360
    This is an absolute joke. There are tons of Apple related news sites and they all report the same stories, the same rumors and same reviews. The biases change and the words are different but they are all speaking to and about the same things and report the same stuff. Charging users of your app to view reader paginated versions of your website and pasting extra ads on there in such an annoying fashion that the user is left with two choices, pay an absurd subscription to remove the intrusive ads or delete your app and go somewhere else. Do your self a favor, go to Reddit, visit r/Apple and don’t pay $9.99, get more Apple news stories than you can ever dream of and save your money for something else.
  • Great app for everything Apple!!

    5
    By popmusikdaddy69
    Finally updated for iPhone X. AppleInsider is the one stop spot of everything Apple,reviews,how to videos, price guides you name it. My favorite app period.
  • Subscription restore button has no effect

    2
    By MRamirez73
    Hi, the subscription restore button seems to be non-functioning. While I honestly can’t remember if I still have an active subscription or need to renew, I’d expect some sort of informational message once using the restore button (either “your subscription has been restored” or “time to renew”.) Thanks.
  • Unbiased expert journalism

    5
    By tlsalias
    I love the Apple insider app and read every article. I have for years. Their content is also available on the web and some of it available via Podcasts but the app makes it so convenient. Someone in the industry with a computer science degree, I have a huge amount of respect for the technical expertise of the in-depth articles on technology surrounding Apple products and tangential industry vendors. The articles are well written, concise, to the point and when they are biased, they are very accurate and fair. In other words they are biased with factual basis for those biases if there are any. Overall everything is extremely fair and accurate. Also their price guides are indispensable. It takes a lot of work to compile all of the stuff from vendors and crosscheck and vivid detail. They are an indispensable go to when purchasing the categories of product or when returning your old used products for resale value. Thank you to the staff at Apple insider! Please keep up the good work.
  • Apple insider but late on Apple features

    1
    By GreatCaesar
    Apple insider took forever to have 3D Touch support and they still to this day don’t have iPhone X support. It’s frankly embarrassing how behind they are for an Apple fan site worst fans I’ve ever seen.

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