By Larry Solov
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Breitbart News Network's iPhone app delivers quick, free and easy access to the largest source of breaking news and analysis, insightful commentary and original reporting, curated and written specifically for the new generation of independent and conservative thinkers.
News, politics, culture or sports, the Breitbart News iPhone app will keep you updated, informed and entertained.
You deserve the truth…no matter where you are.
What's New in Version 1.4.0
Added back, forward, and refresh button.
Reading is fine, commenting is a disaster
Like the title says, if all you want is a way to read Breitbart's stories you should definitely download this app. If however you're one of Breitbart's many commenters and you're looking for a mobile way to stay engaged, DO NOT download this app. Trying to comment on a story on your phone is so difficult that you'll only end up frustrated and ready to close the app. The text field pops on and off at random usually resulting in you clicking some unwanted ad, Facebook, or email function. They're known about this issue for a long time and clearly have no intention on fixing it. So, TLDR: fine for reading, disastrous for commenting.
Better Navigation Please!
New Update: The new ads are still making this app crash. However, the most disturbing development was when an ad sent me to a pornography advertisement. I would send a note to them, but they have no contact information on their website. This is unacceptable. I will most likely delete this app and pay for the reader version.
Update: Okay, a back button was added. That is a great improvement. However, now an ad for a "free" iPhone 6 pops up while I am reading a story. I must click on it to get rid of the ad. Once again I can not get back to the Breitbart site. I again end up removing the app and then have to download it from the cloud. It is frustrating since I have done this in at least a dozen times. Please get this fixed.
Don't understand the 1-3 Star Reviews
I've been frustrated by some websites where the photos and captions overlap. This was true for the Breitbart site. So I downloaded this expecting the many complaints by reviewers to be frustrating, but hoped it wasn't as frustrating as not being able to decipher the headlines and instead found that there were no more advertisements than on the regular page. It doesn't crash on me. And now I can actually see the photos and captions. I'm pleased