This is the worst. Don’t bother
I’m not sure what’s driving content decisions, but I never actually see front page content similar to what’s in the physical paper. I see articles written 6 months ago, an emphasis on Opinion pages I couldn’t care less about, and a lot of On This Date articles as if I only want to reminisce about Nashville from 1979 - 30+ years before I moved it. Waste of time.
Good to keep up with things in Nashville on line.
I finally caved a paid for a digital subscription. It recognizes my account and that I paid. It still tells me I need to subscribe to read further. Tech support fixes it. Then it goes back after two days.
Very informative and easy to access and read
When I try to view some articles, app gives me warning that I only have 4 articles left to. It’s this month. For an additional 90 cents a month I can have more access. About feed up with this message and the Tennessean! I rarely use app, not worth the stress of having a warning box popping in to block over half the screen of what I am reading. Seriously considering dropping this service, Dave Dawson 207 Ellington Drive Franklin, TN
I am from Florida but I enjoy keeping up with M Nashville.
I like my newspaper on a section by section, page by page, all the news that appears in print basis. I love sports and miss the stats portion of the sports news. I enjoy the orderliness of the articles, item by item. I like not having to search for the articles I am interested in, switching from section to section. I have an allergy to newsprint, so online is my only option.
So slow to load. Ads are distracting with all the movement, blinking, etc. I would prefer to see actual news items in Top News (how Ms. Cheap, etc. makes Top News is beyond my understanding.) It seems to me that both the reporting and delivery of daily news is geared most toward profit.
Been a subscriber to the Tennessean for 35 years. This app locked me out and when I click on the restore purchase button absolutely nothing happens. Please fix!