A source of sanity in a world of sensationalism
App is excellent on smaller screens such as the i-phone but absolutely does not compare when used on a tablet. I’d like to see a separate app for iPad. Also both the new iPad app and the iPhone version needs to accommodate commentating on posts, which is not currently a function. I therefore end up consistently logging into a browser on my tablet or phone, just so I can comment. Love the Telegraph, but their developers really need to consider the suggestions from this review to make their apps more functional and useable on different devices rather than trying to have one app which poorly attempts to expand to be used on a tablet. Why is it poor? It does not fit the screen, is pixelated/looks blurry. Here’s hoping this is addressed so that the quality I see on my i-phone is replicated to the iPad. I’d give a 4 star for the apps use on I-phone but only 1-2 stars for iPad. Of course the review has nothing to do with the quality of journalism which is in my opinion, second to none.
For a Yank back in the USA, reading the Telegraph is like secretly drinking a cup of tea in the late afternoon. The Telegraph is a quick pick me up to keep me in touch with the other side of the pond. Further, Brexit is even better than Game of Thrones. I may even find out the endings to both by June! John
The app is terrible. You get the same stories in your feed over and again. The reporting is heavily biased.
I think I saw one article referred to were published that I want to read. And I like subscribing to publications when I see they’re doing good job. But in this case the real story link is cut off and I cannot see more than a few words. So I have no reason to believe I want to subscribe. If I could read it enough to determine that would be great. It is very pushy to subscribe or pay to read a story. I cannot sign up for every publication and most hello need to see information before I decide they are worthy. Some of the story heading sound like a conspiracy theory were crazy. I’m not gonna pay just to find out if they are valuable. I need to know first that they are valuable.
Every time I use this app I have to input my username and password. Super irritating and makes it much easier just to browse on the web where it saves them.
‘Your premium account is inactive’ yet Telegraph Media just charged me £80. Still cannot access content! Rip off!
Only complaint is more and more of the content is subject to the payment regime.
Excellent news App. Easy to navigate and intuitive to use. I appreciate its logical design and navigation fields.
I love the Telegraph, and this app offers a great presentation. Only two flaws that I can see: sometimes it seems not to update frequently enough with new stories over the course of the day; and I keep getting kicked out of my Premium account.