U-T E-Edition

U-T E-Edition


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What's New:
Stability improvements to ensure greater device compatibility
New smart phone layout to increase readability on smaller devices
New network connectivity options
Bug fixes for Kit Kat and Lollipop
Improved stability and accuracy for search feature
Improved scrolling in article, and graphic modes

This electronic edition app lets subscribers read the UT San Diego on an Android Device with all the stories, ads and photos shown exactly as it appears in print. The app uses Android's Multi-touch gestures to provide fast and easy navigation and a natural paper-like reading experience. Subscribers use their current account login to access current and back issues.

Tags: ut e edition magazine.

Recently changed in this version

Added support for Facebook, Twitter, and reddit sharing.
Added support for xlarge screens.
Added search functionality.

Comments and ratings for U-T E-Edition
  • (26 stars)

    by Robert R. on 10/05/2015

    Wish offline mode worked again. Now it says it needs a connection even though it is in offline mode and I downloaded the paper.

  • (26 stars)

    by Stevon VonWildt on 06/05/2015

    They really did a very nice job on the latest update! It is now very usable with some nice features. The article mode makes it so much easier to use. Thanks UT for taking the effort!

  • (26 stars)

    by George McCandless on 13/04/2015

    This app is bad!

  • (26 stars)

    by Chris Korn on 11/01/2015

    This app is useless. Worse, for the mobile edition via Internet, the Aztecs section is stuck with the same five stories from many many months ago. When I brought it to their attention, they first denied it, then admitted it's true, and still haven't fixed it.

  • (26 stars)

    by Victor O'Rear on 06/12/2014

    Glacily slow and confusing

  • (26 stars)

    by Jay Lomahan on 24/11/2014

    The viewing size was too small even for my 5.5 inch screen. Could not get it to load even after restarting my phone. Needs more work.

  • (26 stars)

    by Michael Heiser on 13/11/2014

    I appreciate the idea of trying to keep the hard copy look in a digital medium but the format and navigation just doesn't work on a smart phone. It is barely tolerable on a tablet. The UI is unitutive and difficult to navigate. And why? Why? did the UT choose to digitize and display every single add printed in the paper? A total waste of bytes. There are many better news readers than this out th

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