10,000 - 50,000 downloads
- Very user-friendly
- Loads of content
- Lots of different sections
- Save and share
- Annoying ads
- No search or filter
+ By McClatchy Newspapers
Catch up on local Miami news, as well as national events, sport, entertainment and more
Miami Herald is the official App for the South Florida' favorite news publication. With a user-friendly, Flipboard-inspired home page, its easy quick and convenient to catch up on the latest local and national news, sport, and events. A wealth of content, just a shame about the annoying ads.
There's a huge range of sections to scroll through, and the overall design is very user-friendly. You can set the home page to latest news, top stories, photos or videos, and browse through the hamburger menu for other categories. Each article can be saved and shared via social media easily.
The app has no search box or filtering options, so if you're looking for news from a particular date or on a certain story, you'll have to scroll through manually. Another grumble I have is with the adverts, which pop up constantly while you're viewing articles.
- Font size control has been added to the overflow menu
- Added push notifications
- Improved display of videos within stories
- Bug fixes
Poorly organized app and digital edition will not load (have to navigate to full website for access). Also, as a digital subscriber why the forced ads? App is pretty much usless. Disappointing for a "major market" newspaper.
Needs LARGER FONT on main selection screens. Currently way too small....
Don't waste your time installing this weak excuse of a news app. You will get a message trying to charge you for $6.99/month fee after 30 days. The worse part is that they have ads throughout the articles where you would think they cover the cost.
I have a digital subscription. Miami Herald Allows only a limited amount of articles per day views on its' mobile version. Why not allow digital subscription member to have UNLIMITED views of all daily mobile articles. Very frustrated with this app that does not allow the mobile sites to viewed unlimited with digital subscription. BIG MISTAKE. Just have an easy login the full digital version
Love printed Sunday issue. Change is difficult when you're 68. App is convenient and gives info when needed. Good supplement to print