The App works fine. Your stories are dated by a couple days. It’s more of a historic book than breaking news. Your streaming of breaking news has help offset your print edition.
The Jackson Sun charges for the access to this app and then every video you click on has a must watch ad before you can view the video. Typical Jackson Sun.
Easy to use, helps me stay up-to-date on local and national news. Sometime editing is a bit sloppy, but overall quality is okay.
I am now wondering why the Jackson Sun continues to have an Opinion Page in their online subscription issues. Most articles from nationally syndicated authors have a headline, and some a nice picture, but most do not contain an article. Absolutely no content. I advocate freedom of the press and absolutely do not believe that the press is the enemy of the people. It saddens me that the editorial board of the regional newspaper for rural West Tennessee would stoop to censoring the content of their own paper.
The app’s settings don’t work. I have turned on for news and weather only – all I get are stupid sports updates! As if I care what the Vols score is! What a waste. They print pictures of community events from over a year ago (as if it’s a ‘current’ event. Nothing is local anymore. Yesterday’s news tomorrow—well, unless it’s a high school or college football game!
I am enjoying the digital content.
Love the news and the notifications on my phone
I find more useful current Jackson events from the 101.5 website or Brownsville news than the jacksonsun. I am a subscriber to Wednesday and Sunday papers and the online edition, and the online app is in serious need of better management and current topics. I have headlines on my app today that have been there for 2 months. Old news. I don't understand how a city can grow and flourish yet their newspaper cannot find things to write about. It emits a bad representation of the city. Come on jacksonsun, step it up or move over for someone else.
App works fine, but most of the news on it is weeks old. Get rid of old reports.
I read the paper every night. It has what I need to know for my area.