Press-Enterprise P-Edition for iPad
By Press-Enterprise Co.
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The Press-Enterprise’s P-Edition app offers the most complete roundup of Inland Southern California news and information for the iPad. Enjoy a full electronic reproduction of each day’s newspaper in a quick-browse format, with all the stories, advertising and other features you enjoy in the print edition.
The P-Edition iPad app includes an archive of the past week’s newspapers. The app also features background downloading, so you can start reading your favorite page while the rest of the day’s edition downloads quickly in the background.
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What's New in Version 2.6
-Chose whether to download edition for offline viewing
-Allow swiping between articles in Article View
-Close button on Recent Issues screen returns to previous location
Love this app!
I think it's odd that people would give a poor review for an app for a paid subscription to an e-newspaper only because... wait for it... they have to pay for a subscription to an e-newspaper. This is the exact copy of the paper normally delivered to your doorstep, in pdf format. I am able to click on articles on one page, and as the article continues to another page, the app takes me there. I used to love getting the old paper delivered to my door, but I must have developed an allergy to the paper or the ink or something, because I would sneeze my morning away. Plus, I felt guilty disposing of so much paper every week. This is a clean, allergy-free, waste-free flawless app! LOVE IT!!!
I've had this app and haven't used it of awhile. I also received the newspaper at home yet I can't get into this app anymore, not even with my sign in. What the!!!..... Customers who already receive the newspaper a home should not be charged for the website version. Cheap cheap cheap ......lets not get greedy here!!!!
Don't Waste Your Time
When app is opened for first time, it asks the user to log in or to create an account on the site's homepage. The homepage, of course, only allows one to subscribe as part of the registration. Epic fail for a mediocre local paper that thinks its more...