San Jose Mercury News

San Jose Mercury News

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The San Jose Mercury News for Android delivers the latest stories from the San Francisco Bay Area. It includes local news and high school sports, as well as regional sports, business, technology, lifestyle and entertainment articles from the area’s largest news organization, Bay Area News Group. 

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Comments and ratings for San Jose Mercury News
  • (48 stars)

    by Rommel A on 01/04/2014

    Downloads and updates well. Let's the user read a small number of articles every 30 days. Then prompts one to pay. However, most information is already readily available thru other sites. So why pay ?

  • (48 stars)

    by Rommel Abellera on 01/04/2014

    Downloads and updates well. Let's the user read a small number of articles every 30 days. Then prompts one to pay. However, most information is already readily available thru other sites. So why pay ?

  • (48 stars)

    by Teresa Pureco on 24/02/2014

    Once the ads load you can no longer scroll and read the article. Whoever integrated the ads into this app sucks at programming. Worthless until this is fixed.

  • (48 stars)

    by Kev Fraire on 10/02/2014

    Home town

  • (48 stars)

    by Melissa Granados on 03/02/2014

    Why would anyone want to pay for this crap!!

  • (48 stars)

    by George Soriano on 29/01/2014

    You would think the Bay Area would have a decent local news app, well there aren't any. If I'm not mistaken the tech world is still centered in Silicon Valley. So why is the Mercury app so poorly executed?

  • (48 stars)

    by George S on 29/01/2014

    You would think the Bay Area would have a decent local news app, well there aren't any. If I'm not mistaken the tech world is still centered in Silicon Valley. So why is the Mercury app so poorly executed?