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By The Associated Press

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Description

AP Mobile is the award-winning app from The Associated Press, the definitive news source relied upon by thousands of newspapers, broadcasters and digital news providers worldwide. AP is "where the News gets its news," and AP Mobile provides the same fast, unbiased multimedia coverage as a universal app for iPhone, iPad and iTouch users.

AP is joined in this app by more than a thousand of its newspaper and broadcast customers in the United States, adding extensive local news coverage to the AP's unmatched world and national reports. Available as a universal app for iPhone, iPad and iTouch users, AP Mobile delivers news like no other news app.

What's New in Version 6.6.1

- Fixes issue some users had with notifications
- Other bug fixes

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Customer Reviews

"If it bleeds, it leads"...smh

Associated Press, is it your job to issue all the bad news all the time? Well I for one am getting tired of this.

Why do I need to hear about a beheading in the Middle East on a Sunday afternoon? How about a shooting in Germany that killed three people in a café? How is this BREAKING NEWS that you are dispersing here will make my life better here in the United States? Answer: NOT ON BIT. (Unless you're trying to subliminally sell me something)

You and all the news agencies are pushing an agenda of war that is starting to make me sick. The American people can clearly see exactly what is going on.

As a proud American vet that have served, I try my best to stay away from news and information that has given me nightmares for decades. It is becoming very clear that scaring people is something that you apparently take very lightly.

Just for once, expose corruption. Or how much a war will cost us at home. How or congress Will write a check for war but refuse to feed hungry children in United States at a small fraction of the price.

Yes AP News, you are apart of the problem. I can't wait to delete this app and every other news organization that is pushing this war war war agenda.

I am not wearing rose-colored glasses, however I do know that I need to clean up my own house before I go across street to clean my neighbors house.

Great news source, wish videos had sound

I've always been a big fan of the Associated Press. They have great content that for the most part is unbiased.

The app is great and very easy to navigate. My only issue is with videos. The videos in the news stories will play, but they never have sound on my mobile devices. This is the same when my friends try to view it on their device. This has been constantly frustrating and has been an ongoing issue for several years. I wonder why this agency that so well covers the news cannot fix this simple issue? Streaming clips of the news is the way of the future and I think it's time to address this issue.

Improved user interface

5.0 granted my biggest wishes in some way: Richer, yet easier experience in personalisation and customisation. I especially like the new, more intuitive side-wipe gestures - I even started to get frustrated when other apps did not work that way. They also fixed a recent glitch that placed link URL into text portion of Facebook sharing.

I still don't believe in the graphic heavy front page. (Why everybody thinks social media gimmicks are good for every app?) iMediaShare tried and learned and clawed back. (With much smaller banners.) Hope AP Mobile will learn, too. The 6.2 customization feature partially eased the pain, but still inconvenient.

AP Mobile
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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
  • Free
  • Category: News
  • Updated: Dec 12, 2014
  • Version: 6.6.1
  • Size: 17.2 MB
  • Languages: English, Spanish
  • Seller: The Associated Press
Rated 12+ for the following:
  • Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence

Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.

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