Star Tribune News

Star Tribune News

50,000 - 100,000 downloads

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More of what matters to Minnesota. All day. Every day. The Star Tribune News app for Android phones and tablets offers easy access to the top news of the day from the state’s most trusted news source. You’ll find:
• National and local news
• Weather forecast
• Sports coverage
• Entertainment
• Photo galleries
• Video + more

With 260 dedicated journalists behind it, no other mobile app offers a more uniquely Minnesotan perspective.

If you’re having trouble signing in, please call 612-673-7040 or email feedback@startribune.com.

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Comments and ratings for Star Tribune News
  • (43 stars)

    by DanDan Hulleman on 28/05/2014

    First of all, if you're complaining about having tiny insignificant banner ads and paying a subscription, its not any different than the paper version. NEWSPAPERS NEED MONEY TO SURVIVE. It's not bad in the slightest. And everythibg else functions geat! No crashing. Great intuitive navigation.

  • (43 stars)

    by Joe M on 27/05/2014

    I like your application Star Tribune.

  • (43 stars)

    by John Warren on 12/05/2014

    For some reason to refresh the feeds you have to open the app refresh, then force it closed, then open again.

  • (43 stars)

    by Matt Stevens on 02/05/2014

    Would only show the top story when clicking any headline, now won't refresh

  • (43 stars)

    by Catherine Magnuson on 22/04/2014

    Can only read a couple articles before I just get blank pages, and pictures with articles can't be viewed.

  • (43 stars)

    by Todd Hanselman on 19/04/2014

    Freezes a lot and have to reinstall frequently.

  • (43 stars)

    by Josh Laine on 17/04/2014

    When you pay a subscription fee for the digital access yet still have to deal with ads? Inside the paper is sufficient but embedded into the app?