100,000 - 500,000 downloads
by Gaspar Avendando on 08/04/2014
by Lisa Pennell on 29/03/2014
by Barry Edlund on 28/03/2014
This app was apparently rewritten for tablet use ONLY. I can see only two articles on a screen. As most news items are of no interest at the initial viewing it requires a major amount of scrolling to review current events. I would like to see a minimum of
by Leila Greer on 25/03/2014
by Daphne Cecile on 14/03/2014
Rarely is there any content on selected magazines, and what is there is usually out of date.
by Joseph Labuda on 07/03/2014
Never fail to keep me up to date in sport, business, and current event.
by Bryan Wilson on 07/03/2014
by Paul Luber on 27/02/2014
But it has extremely limited sources. I can't stress enough the 'limited' part. It seems like all of devs apps begins with great concepts but never takes them as far as they can go. And falls short of updating and staying on the cutting edge.
by Steven McElroy on 25/02/2014
by Neita Townsand on 18/02/2014
by Fred Drake on 15/02/2014
I love the new changes and can't complain at all about getting Sports Illustrated for free!
by Alan Clark on 12/02/2014
Could be better.
by Francois Van Zyl on 07/02/2014
by Ellyn Michelstein on 03/02/2014
by Son Mai on 01/02/2014
I have been using Express News since it was available on the Palm OS. For years, the biggest virtue of this app was its minimalist UI, which I found very useful to get the latest news "on the go"--especially to rural areas not served by the 3G network. Wh