Gannett Company, Inc.
100,000 - 500,000 downloads
by Linda McMaster on 12/02/2015
Enjoy news updates & current events around the world and in the area where I live. Staying current.
by Andrew Luster on 09/02/2015
by Pam Lane on 05/02/2015
Switched from Fox 4's app. This app is excellent!
by Dustin Harry on 27/01/2015
The new update killed this app on the tablet.
by Debbie Thompson on 24/01/2015
Please. Take. Out. The. Aids. It. Is cool. On my. Lg. Phone. Love. It. Alot.
by Gilbert Pineda on 24/01/2015
by Dona Smith on 23/01/2015
Often fails to load and have to empty cache. Frustrating. Content is OK. Wish it was more dependable.
by brent daniels on 18/01/2015
This app is corrupt now. Every time I open the app, it launches my browser and opens ads. Not cool. Please fix. I used this app everyday. It is now UNINSTALLED.
by Michael Wilson on 17/01/2015
Use to be a great app...now it's full of ads. Plus when did a shooting in Florida become local news? Stories not being under proper label is just lazy.
by David Sligh on 17/01/2015
I use this mainly for the traffic report. Used to love the Fox 4 News traffic report but that feature disappeared many months ago. WFAA has by far the best traffic report feature. However, they need to fix the "Incidents" feature in the traffic report.
by Carla Mcgillbanks on 15/01/2015
Great app uptodate news
by Richard Washburn on 10/01/2015
The WFAA app has become nothing but pop up ads and I consider that a slimy thing to do. The Fox 4 app doesn't have that problem and let's me view headlines without being redirected. I nor anyone I know does business with any pop up advertisers as a matter of principle- if I require the product , I track down a competitor that doesn't advertise this way and do business with them.
by James Myers on 09/01/2015
Good app to hve for weather, also handy if you plan on driving in Dallas.
by Dwight Allen on 07/01/2015
I love the wfaa app, pretty much use it daily for weather and news. But just a few days ago the app automatically sends me to a virus infected website. Its a shame that there are no updates for this app to prevent future viruses from destroying your phone.
by Bob Friesenhahn on 07/01/2015
For the past several days, the WFAA app has used chrome to open many Web pages when it starts up. This evening I witnessed for myself that it opened web pages to a porn site. Phone battery went completely dead as well two hours after using the application and starting with a full charge.