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Paddock Publications, Inc.
10,000 - 50,000 downloads
by James Cave on 05/10/2014
After a recent update the app no longer opens - it says no navigation loaded. I'm on a Nexus 5.
by Valerie Valenta on 01/10/2014
Only gives partial story, have to buy full version for full story and since the recent update, it won't open at all.
by August Brender III on 27/05/2014
by tom hurley on 05/01/2014
One paragraph stories? Delete There are better news readers for free.
by Alan Weir on 13/10/2013
Ok I can use the free app and get a small portion of the article or go to the DH website and get the article for free. Help me understand why I need to pay for an app, convenience maybe but sorry not going to.
by Renee w on 13/10/2013
Can only read 1-2 paragraphs and must move to another app to read rest. Other app is 8.00 per month. Bye
by FILIPPO CACUCCIOLO on 08/10/2013
Just download Chicago Tribune Chicago Sun Times or CNN... It's free!!
by Monique Runnels on 06/10/2013
With this latest update you can no longer read full articles because you have to buy the premium app. Uninstalling now.
by Alison Prosser on 29/09/2013
Since I'm not going to pay, no use for this app.
by David Freitas on 23/09/2013
Not worth paying for
by Vincent Bennett on 20/09/2013
Now we can't read any full articles unless we pay? Must have been Russ' idea. Uninstalled
by Donna Ramsey on 18/09/2013
This WAS a great app until the update. I am not paying almost $8 a month to read the local news! I have already uninstalled it!
by Lisa Kane on 18/09/2013
I just use the lite free version but always has great concise info on the local news and FREE.
by Ryan Andreoni on 18/09/2013
After the latest update you need a subscription to read more than a paragraph long. Uninstalling, I'll just get my news from Google.
by Eric Kelly on 18/09/2013
Now that it is pay to read I am uninstalling. Having ads was fine, but $8 a month is steep when there are newspaper apps that can pull the info for free. Bad move Herald....