Hello, I love your newspaper...I wish that we had a nationwide newspaper in America that was the same quality as yours. If I could make a request...in iTunes subscription, could you offer monthly and/or yearly options, instead of just weekly? I’d like to just pay once, and then not give it another thought for a long while (if you buy a month or year, you’re stuck with it in case you want to cancel...no refunds, no paying only for what you’ve used, etc). Keep up the great work! Bill
Love the Daily Telegraph, it is well written And always up to date. So many times it says exactly what I wish To say. The Product is always fresh.
Thank you, Telegraph, for saving me from Fox and CNN. I initially subscribed on a free trial basis after I noticed the Telegraph had the best coverage and articles on winter vacations and ski resorts. Once I started using the App, I realized how much I liked the Telegraph’s perspective.
Unable to maintain log-in when accessing linked articles. Would recommend this news app to others if I was able to do so. Apple subscription indicates I should have access to premium articles however after logging in to this site am informed that is not the case.
Can only be used in portrait mode so it’s far too small to read. A really pitiful attempt.
So annoying-impossible to read anything. The moment a finger touches the screen, the app redirects to the web browser. Disastrous.
I’ve been using this app for more than 12 months and it’s worked great. Until now. With the latest iOS update, the embedded links within each page are now far too sensitive. This means when you scroll up/down on a news article, you can’t avoid opening all t e various links and ads to safari. It appears other news apps (CNN and FOX) have the same issue and are introducing a fix on their apps.
This app is basically useless; it is a thin wrapper for a web view, which would be fine, but almost every time I try to scroll it, it opens some random telegraph page in Safari and I need to switch back to it, leaving dozens of Safari tabs. Very annoying!
I enjoyed The Telegraph and its insightful reporting and commentary on what is happening in Great Britain and the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland, particularly as it applies to the epic battle over Brexit.