The Guardian: Breaking News

The Guardian: Breaking News

By Guardian News and Media Limited

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2013-10-29
  • Current Version: 11.12
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 104.08 MB
  • Developer: Guardian News and Media Limited
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 14.0 or later.
Score: 4.86606
4.86606
From 89,807 Ratings

Description

Get breaking news, on the go. The Guardian App gives you access to award-winning journalism with live updates, sport & opinion. Stay up to date with breaking news, sport & opinion wherever you are. 3 reasons to download The Guardian App for free: 1. Receive breaking news alerts 2. Save articles you’re interested in for later reading 3. Customize your feed with content that matters to you Explore stories, US headlines and content on a whole range of topics; from business to music, politics, recipes & much more. QUALITY JOURNALISM, YOUR WAY Follow your favorite stories, writers or sports teams for personal notifications. You can also fully customize your newsfeed, read comments on articles and share your own thoughts. AWARD-WINNING CONTENT Enjoy audio, video and interactive content, as well as full-screen photo galleries. Access the full range of The Guardian journalism straight from your phone. SUPPORT INDEPENDENT JOURNALISM Thinking of upgrading your news? Upgrade to the Premium App to support independent journalism. Plus, access our enhanced features for a better way to experience the news that matters. PREMIUM FEATURES • Live - a new and faster way to catch up on every breaking news story • Discover - a new way to explore the best stories, recipes, long reads and more • Enhanced offline reading - download the day’s news before you travel, or whenever it suits you • Experience the app advert-free • Play our daily crosswords • Access specially curated content ------------------------------------------------- This app is totally free to use. If you choose to upgrade to the premium tier, your payment will be processed by Apple. Upgrade by selecting ‘Support the Guardian’ from the app’s navigation menu. Premium subscriptions automatically renew on a monthly basis unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Your iTunes account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. You may turn off auto-renewal after purchase by going to your iTunes Account Settings. Please note - while Apple's Family Sharing feature can be used to share apps between up to six family members, it does not support the sharing of in-app purchases (as described in https://support.apple.com/en-gb/HT203046). This includes the auto-renewable subscription to the Premium App, and you will therefore not be able to share any subscription purchased via iTunes Store with family members. If you have any questions please email subscriptions@theguardian.com who will be able to advise you further. Terms of use: All content in the Guardian app is copyright Guardian News & Media 2018. All rights reserved. Terms of use and privacy policy apply when accessing content via the Guardian app. Privacy policy: http://www.theguardian.com/help/privacy-policy Terms and conditions: http://www.theguardian.com/help/terms-of-service

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Reviews

  • Mostly OK app

    3
    By grandgeezer
    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, next stop 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). That all said, The Guardian is still vastly better (wrt contents, interface, stability) than Apple News (which you’re not even able to review here), so money sort of reasonably well spent, I suppose.
  • Fair mostly unbiased reporting with slight lean to the left

    5
    By Zinnnman
    The news presented is concise while providing enough information to aid in making thoughtful decisions. Opinion pieces are plainly noted and passed off as news.
  • Credible

    5
    By the reviwer who reviews
    Fantastic news coverage. My first read every morning. Evanston, Illinois, USA
  • Unusual,interesting and responsible. A top news source. Exemplary regarding climate change.

    5
    By Irosenth
    Good articles on plastics and US politics with plenty more important subjects throughout. One of the finest liberal voices in the world. Astonishingly large number of articles too.
  • The guardian

    5
    By shining spear
    The guardian is One of the very best sources of news available in the world today. Kudos to them
  • Guardian Review

    5
    By Mordred36
    Navigation is super easy.
  • Great Newspaper with Strong Coverage of USA, UK, Australia and World News

    5
    By BigGeoffy
    The Guardian has detailed coverage of world news, important investigative reporting, and a wide range of opinion and oped.
  • Eye opening

    5
    By opportunities to see
    News that helps to understand world events and trends!
  • None partial stance and accurate reports

    5
    By Jimm Yu
    Guardian is by far the best news media in the world.
  • The Guardian is tops!

    5
    By GaryfromWSU
    For investigative journalism and comprehensive news coverage. Up there with WAPO and the NYT.

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