By Guardian News and Media Limited
The Guardian keeps you covered with excellent enterprising journalism. Reporters like Hugo Lowell make it a must read. The daily round the world photos highlighted brings the globe to you. An ace independent news source.
My respect for a open minded and progressive journalism.
Considering all the ”Tell us …” questionnaires The Guardian typically has, it’s odd that there is no way to point out factual errors or statistical misleading statements in Guardian articles. I’d imagine this would be the sort of things they would be genuinely interested in catching, but I suppose it requires too many man-hours to go through. This is mostly on content, not the app itself, but you can’t really separate the two: The Guardian has started down the road of offering certain articles only as audio or video. I for one don’t want another TV channel, so from my perspective it's another nail in the subscription coffin. Some of The Guardians journalists do not live up to the general level, instead produce ranting opinion pieces. No objection to that, but it would be nice if you could select the content you’re actually interested in, as in opt out of the pieces you have a fair expectation of being sub-par. Well, I guess with a paper-edition you don’t have that option either (but you’re at least spared video and podcasts). Minor technical issue: the before-after swipe pictures (say, two pucture of the same place years between, with a divider down the centre, you can move to reveal more of either) don’t work on iOS. They just don’t. It should show us both pictures side-by-side instead of making presentation an impediment to the message. The Guardian is supposed to be a newspaper. With respect to cookies, the Guardian uses such a huge number of trackers that saying yes/no to them individually is basically impossible, the only reasonable approach is to reject them across the board. That all said, The Guardian is one of the two readable UK newspapers and the app is still vastly better than Apple News, so money sort of reasonably well spent, I suppose. I’m a guardian subscriber.
Should rename selves “submitters”;Dr Goebbels would Kvell if he could see how you’ve adapted his precepts for surrendering your formerly free country to the global oligarchy. Adieu,Brittania.
Well designed and well performing app. Easy to find the content I’m looking for.
If news, real news is important to you then you need to read the Guardian. Only a few, very few measure up! The news source is unfortunately expensive to read for average person I am guessing.
greatest paper thank you
They are constantly trying to convince me to sign up for a subscription. “You have read 11 articles in the last month” pay us $9.99. The seriously believe they are providing nearly a dollar’s worth of value? Not even close. If they offered a reasonably priced offer, I would happily pay for their often solid but often biased journalism. And for your scrolling, pick a frelling direction, up and down OR left and right NOT both.
The Guardian provides an independent and global view from an independent ally.
This app can chew through 25% of battery in a few minutes of browsing.