By dmg media ltd
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
The MailOnline app gives you everything you've come to expect and love from the world's largest English-language newspaper website, but with quick, easy and free access on your iPhone or iPad - accessible even when you're offline.
Feed your daily addiction with stories and photos from all our top Daily Mail channels: UK, US & World News, Celebrity & Showbiz, Sport, Femail, Science & Tech, Health, Money, Travel, and many more! See what everyone's talking about and download our app today.
• Over 15 Channels of must-read articles and photos - that's over 800+ original stories and 1000's of new photos every day!
• Offline Mode: Pre-load stories & galleries to access when you're offline or without reception - great for commutes!
• Choose from UK, US, AU or Rest of World to ensure you get the news most relevant to you.
• Express Yourself: Post your Comments on articles or Rate other user's comments that you like or dislike.
• Share articles and photos via Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, SMS & Email
• Sort channels by Top Stories & Most Recent
• Custom Settings: Select when data and images update based on your preferred connection (3G or Wi-Fi)
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What's New in Version 3.3.1
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- bug fixes and performance improvements
Appalling journalism - constant adverts
The adverts have taken over this App - why on earth must they have ads with sounds!
The standard of the reporters is terrible. There does not appear to be anyone editing the published news reports. There is endless repetition and far too many needless photos. A lot of the published articles appear to be ripped off from other news sources and web sites without any real investigative reporting by Daily Mail reporters. The most trivial and non news stories are given more prominence than genuine news. It would appear that Daily Mail management do not read the comments left by their readers because many articles draw a lot of criticism about the standard of the reporting. The layout of the App is quite good and is easy to navigate.
Used to be good but I would advise to now avoid.
This used to be one of my favourite apps but now the adverts have taken over. Today whilst trying to read 10 articles, the same 30 second advert (Renault Captur) plays each time. Surely there should be a way to prevent the same advert playing each time. Also I don’t mind the static adverts that come up in the articles but the 30 second adverts that cannot be skipped take longer to watch than it takes to read the actual article.
On a side note the journalism has gone down hill slightly but I actually enjoy reading pointless stories and looking at the amazingly over exaggerated ‘sad faces’ that seem to be a daily feature.
Entertaining, but hardly ever use now due to ads blocking too much.
The Mail Online app is entertaining if you’re sitting waiting for something or on a train, but the pictures and ads obscure so much of the text, it’s hard to read anything.
Even once you’ve seen the ads, the button to close them is so small, it takes several goes even with a decent sized iPhone.
I’d be prepared to subscribe if we could block the pop-ups. 😤
- Category: News
- Updated: 11 September 2017
- Version: 3.3.1
- Size: 75.3 MB
- Language: English
- Developer: dmg media ltd
- © Associated Newspapers Ltd
Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.