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The MailOnline (Daily Mail) iPhone 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 phone - accessible even when you're offline.
Feed your daily addiction with stories and photos from all our top channels: US, UK & World News, Celebrity & Showbiz, Sports, 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!
• Pre-load stories & galleries to access when you're offline or without reception - great for commutes!
• Choose your region (US, UK, 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.
• Filter articles on channels by Top Stories or Most Recent
• Custom Settings: Select when data and images update based on your preferred connection (3G or Wi-Fi)
• Share articles and photos via Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, SMS, WhatsApp & Email
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any trouble with the app or want to suggest new features for us to add to future updates. We can't reply to app reviews but monitor user emails 24/7.
What's New in Version 2.3
- Fixed a bug which prevented content from refreshing
- You can now to reply to comments
- Bug and crash fixes to make the app faster
- You can now login via Facebook & Google
- You can now share articles via WhatsApp
- Email us directly at email@example.com if you have any issues so we can help. We can't reply to app reviews.
It's Always Something
I've seen the non-digital version of the Daily Mail exactly once; but I've been reading it on line for years. It is a source of constant amazement to me that a British paper seems to have an article arising out of Washington State (where I live) at least once a week! Frequently the item appears in the Mail first. The ubiquitous listing of house values and the use of the word "eerie" in nearly every story is simply endearing. The Mail is a window to Blighty, and every so often the writers get it exactly right. Case in point: the story about the sailor who, at a ripe old age, built a raft out of a garden shed, named it "An-Tiki" and set off across the Atlantic. Love the Mail!
For the most part it's convenient and a good place for news but when it comes to anything involving guns, they distort and hide facts on purpose. Example: there was a story about a guy who went into a store in Georgia mad and started shooting employees. Every news story went on to explain that a customer drew his pistol and shot the guy which caused him to stop his attack and flee. Wounded he went home and barricaded himself in and had a shoot out with the cops and they killed him. Every other news publication pointed out that the customer probably saved many lives. This news staff said he went in and shot at employees then left. He went home and shot it out with the police. This is one example of their anti gun bias. There are many. Bottom line is a news organization should not let their political beliefs bias and paint their stories.
Love this news site
I wish the didn't take up so much room - however that the price I pay for pictures on a phone w/ the least amount of storage. That said, it's the app I visit the most for news so - 5 stars!
Oh and the news reporting is fantastic. I used to think this was just my guilty little pleasure tabloid app until I learned of some news that affected me personally - here first - about 12 hours before it hit most major news outlets.
- Category: News
- Updated: Apr 02, 2015
- Version: 2.3
- Size: 22.9 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: dmg media ltd
- © Associated Newspapers Ltd
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.