The Tennessean is now on the iPad! Introducing The Tennessean Print Edition app, where subscribers can read The Tennessean on an iPad with all the stories, photos and ads shown just as it appears in print. Subscribers can use their current account login to access current and back issues.
I consider the app to be a backup to the print edition when the print edition doesn’t show up for days at a time. I enjoy the print edition more. I have to look at the app on my iPhone. That’s pretty hard on the eyes. I really miss not getting a printed paper every day. I miss it not being delivered every morning. It should not be a surprise to look out the window at 7:00 am and see a newspaper. Plus I haven’t seen a T. V. Weekly since December 4 and it’s now January 1. My husband even misses it more because he does not have or want the app. So I would say for me the app is better than nothing.
My wife and I have entirely different morning routines. She enjoys reading the physical newspaper that arrives every morning on our doorstep. On the other hand, I much prefer opening up the PDF version on my iPad, and reading all of the articles that catch my attention each morning. It is extremely easy to use, very efficient, and works when I’m traveling out of town or if for some reason the delivery of the Tennessean can’t make it. Highly recommended
Love getting the comic strips back!
A simple, easy to use app
When in text mode, the article in the left side of the screen is no longer highlighted. I wish you had retained that feature in the new version.
Glad I can get the Tennessean on this ap since the home delivery is so unreliable.
I look forward to reading the morning paper. It gets my day started going with current news . Thanks
Enjoy being able to read on line when delivery is not possible.
Love it! I take it with me on my tablet and enjoy it over breakfast. Also, it is great getting the bonus of USA Today.
Well the order of my priorities include general events in my hometown of Nashville though we no longer live there since retirement. Still good sports coverage from highschool through professional ranks. The comics, jumbles, crossword, and cryptoquote are greatly enjoyed. We need to check the obituaries as well as the real estate market. That’s all good. It’s when you put your liberal slant on national and world news, political news and opinions, that you lose me. Used to believe what I read, but on those fronts, I question everything. Well, you did ask.