The Dallas Morning News ePaper gives you 24/7 online access to an exact replica of the paper. So no matter where you are – at work, on the road or just relaxing at a local coffee shop, your newspaper is available, right down to and including the advertising deals. Downloading the app is free, but you will need a subscription to access the paper.
• Browse back issues of the paper
• Article Pop-Out
• Enlarge stories for easy reading with adjustable font size
• Easy to move from section to section
• Bookmark articles for offline reading
• Pinch and zoom gestures
• Share articles via email, Facebook® and Twitter®
- Optimizations to the reader.
- Minor updates and improvements.
Ratings and Reviews
Awful App, Awful IT Management
Frequent crashes and bugs plague this terrible app and Dallas Morning News digital content in general. This morning, for example, we cannot sign into either the app or our online account, so we’re denied any access to the digital content we pay for. The response from the Morning News? "Our IT Department is aware of the problem and is working hard to fix the issue.” This is a response subscribers hear all too often. The Morning News is an ok paper, but worthless if you want digital content, or if you want to use your account for any other purpose. Their delivery service is not bad, but their IT department for subscribers is very challenged. Perhaps this is just another reason why papers are failing-they just can’t get their online content to work reliably. Truly awful. I’d say subscribe to this paper only if you want home delivery and can do all your business on the phone or by mail. Otherwise, forget the Dallas Morning News.
The Google ads now appear to be gone. I assume this is because of all the user complaints. If this is a case of DMN actually listening to their subscribers and realizing they made a mistake, then good for them. Although there are still times when the app can be a little glitchy, I generally like using the app and so I’m willing to raise my review from 1 to 4 stars just due to the elimination of the Google ads. If the ads return, I’ll go back to 1 star.
ORIGINAL REVIEW: The Dallas Morning News seems to constantly be trying to find new ways to ruin the experience of reading their paper. For those that pay money for a subscription to the e-edition, we are now being blasted with electronic ads at the bottom of each page. Ridiculous. The ads ruin the app.
Very poor app! The only thing worse is the Customer Service Reps who do not have a clue!
I just looked at this review after about a year. It’s sad to say the publisher of this newspaper still does not care one bit about customer satisfaction. The same problems still occur but we must now put up with needless internet advertising on the bottom of the screen.
Instead of listening to the customers concerns they turn a deaf ear. We might as well cancel our subscription now since they are driving this once proud paper into the ground.
This is the bottom of the barrel for newspaper epapers ! Run, don't walk away from a DALLAS Morning News epaper application.
There is NO customer support! Why can't the developers test an Apple IPad Pro at ISO 10.3.3 to run their own testing?
Have you even made sure the app on Apple app site is even the most current available?
It would be great if they at least tried to communicate proactively with the users instead of hiding behind support staff who may or may not understand the problems
It's hard to realize that the owners, editors and management simply ignore the problems and never communicate to all of us that are still paying for a electronic subscription which simply does not work well enough to justify the cost.
- A.H. Belo Management Services, Inc.
- 62.4 MB
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- English, Finnish, French, German, Spanish
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2016 A. H. Belo Corp.
- In-App Purchases
- Monthly $4.99
- 6 months $29.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.