Register Citizen for Android

Register Citizen for Android

1,000 - 5,000 downloads

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The brand-new Register Citizen mobile app is the most comprehensive, accurate, and content-rich source of local news for the communities of Litchfield County, Connecticut.

Here are just a few of the many features of our new app:

•Improved push notifications for Breaking News
•Attractive layout for ease of use
•Convenient sharing capabilities
•Frequent updates to ensure the latest news is always at your disposal

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Recently changed in this version

• Pull to Refresh
• User Tips
• Push Notification Control in Settings Menu

Comments and ratings for Register Citizen for Android
  • (26 stars)

    by Dan Sliby on 31/12/2014

    Barely any local news. Doesn't load stories. Uninstalled

  • (26 stars)

    by Chris Perrault on 19/09/2014

    Doesn't work.

  • (26 stars)

    by Jerry Robitaille on 27/07/2014

    This app keeps me up to date on happenings in the NW corner, but also does a good job with state, national, and international news.

  • (26 stars)

    by james s on 19/07/2014

    New app is horrible. Says powered by rumble, more like a fumble! This now officially the worst performing app on my phone. Guess I shouldn't be surprised, their paper isn't much better!

  • (26 stars)

    by Art Lurvey on 12/07/2014

    Pages don't allow scrolling. Wish there was more local content.

  • (26 stars)

    by Bruce H on 01/07/2014

    Using lg optimus. Doesnt load all articles, barely loads any. Grammar mistakes throughout due to horrible journalism.

  • (26 stars)

    by Susan H on 01/07/2014

    Doesn't load list of articles, but pictures first. Can't quickly scroll headlines. No search feature. Still cant find the police blotter. Not clear if accidental touch activated or true pops but ads are invasive. Surely will be a battery hog. Seems to focused on trying to be like Facebook rather than a good news app. Too bad, I thought it couldn't be worse than the old app. I was wrong.

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