MailOnline

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MailOnline

The MailOnline (Daily Mail) app gives you everything you've come to expect and love from the world's largest English-language newspaper website, but with quick, easy and free access on your iPhone or iPad - accessible even when you're offline. Feed your daily addiction with stories and photos from all our top channels: US, UK & World News, Celebrity & Showbiz, Sports, Femail, Science & Tech, Health, Money, Travel, and many more! See what everyone's talking about and download our app today. FEATURES: • Over 15 channels of must-read articles and photos - that's over 800+ original stories and 1000's of new photos every day! • Pre-load stories & galleries to access when you're offline or without reception - great for commutes! • Choose your region (US, UK, AU or Rest of World) to ensure you get the news most relevant to you. • Express Yourself: Post your Comments on articles or Rate other user's comments that you like or dislike. • Filter articles on channels by Top Stories or Most Recent • Custom Settings: Select when data and images update based on your preferred connection (3G or Wi-Fi) • Share articles and photos via Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, SMS, WhatsApp & Email If you allow it, and ONLY if you allow it, MailOnline can access your location to deliver you detailed weather reports. Email us at iphoneapp@mailonline.co.uk if you have any trouble with the app or want to suggest new features for us to add to future updates. We can't reply to app reviews but monitor user emails 24/7.

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  • Highligths
    This app is WELL worth adding to your news apps
    This is my favorite world news & celeb news site”
    Best news source available in the US to get breaking news
    The news coverage of this app is the best I've seen”
    I wish they didn't include photos in the news stories
    It's fantastic & perfect & the customer service is 100% spot on”
    I find this to be the first news that I check”
    Many times when I watch tv news
    And always seems to have more details than other news sources
    News updates are provided in realtime”
  • Keep in mind
    Can't even tap an article without it crashing”
    Let down by the new ad pop ups”
    Shameful bias mixed into news articles pretending to be journalism”
    And who ever inputs the articles doesn't use spell check
    There are also a ridiculous amount of typos and misspelled words
    Just an extension of our lame stream media outlets
    Inaccurate photo captions

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