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Get the latest local news for Appleton with the Post-Crescent Android app. The app is free to download and the Home section is available to all users. Your subscription includes access to this app, online, mobile website and e-newspaper. After downloading the app, tap on the key icon to start your subscription, or you can also sign in to the app using your existing Post-Crescent account.

- Up-to-the-minute local news
- Captivating full-screen video and photo galleries
- Breaking news alerts on the go
- Current weather conditions, 10 day forecast and radar map
- Sports, Business, Entertainment and Life coverage, in addition to commentaries and opinion columns

More about subscriptions:
- Subscription is 1 month for $12.00 plus applicable taxes
- Subscription automatically continues at the then regular published monthly price unless you cancel your subscription. You will continue to get access for the remainder of your monthly billing cycle and your subscription will not be renewed the following month.
- You can cancel your subscription at any time from your Google Play account settings after purchase
- Not valid with any other offers.
- Excludes advertisements that are designated for home delivery with the print edition.
- Payment will be charged to your Google Play account at confirmation of purchase
- Please contact us at 1-877-424-4924 if you have any problems accessing your subscription

Our users are our priority, and we greatly value your feedback. We take every review and suggestion into consideration when designing our Android app. Please reach out to us directly at

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Recently changed in this version

• Our redesigned article page has a clean new look & feel, with inline view of relevant content from Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and more.
• You can choose what type of alerts you want to receive: breaking news, sports, traffic… You can also set quiet time hours so you won’t be disturbed.
• We’ve made performance enhancements that will help speed up app start times and allow sections to load faster.

Comments and ratings for Post-Crescent
  • (32 stars)

    by Justin henn on 16/04/2015

    Idk why all the negative reviews. Its free, it works, and you don't have to give it a Christmas tip. The people who take the time to write these negative reviews need to find better uses for their time.

  • (32 stars)

    by Mike Jahnke on 11/04/2015

    It needs to update everyday articles are on there from several days ago doesn't update at all on weekends

  • (32 stars)

    by Jon Corelis on 23/12/2014

    This is a disappointing app. The top level intro page is a cumbersome list which doesn't really give you a top level overview. The brilliantly colored ads are distracting, and I'm irritated that I have to see them when I am logged in as a paid subscriber. Worst of all there seems to be no share button. And errors or hanging are too common.

  • (32 stars)

    by Kevin Steinke on 26/07/2014

    Having the same problem as others. It says that I am logged in but I can't access anything.

  • (32 stars)

    by Steve Heckel on 09/07/2014

    Repeatedly asks for login after successful logins

  • (32 stars)

    by E Cos on 04/07/2014

    Too many anoying adds trying to read the news even though I'm a digital news subscriber. ;^(

  • (32 stars)

    by Scott Hurley on 27/06/2014

    I am logged in under my account. The dialog says I was successful when I log in. However, when trying to access the "premium" categories, I am redirected back to the login page. I log in and the cycle starts over. It's the case on my Motorola Xoom running Android 4.2.1 as well as my Moto X running Android 4.4.2. I am able to successfully log in on the desktop site.

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