LA Times

LA Times

Designed & Published By Tribune Interactive

  • App Category: News
  • Release Date: 2010-06-21
  • Current Version: 5.0.0
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 111.61 MB
  • Developer: Tribune Interactive
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    3.5/5 ( 2,784 Reviews)
  • Price:
    Free
LA Times App Ratings: 3.5
3.5
Based on 2,784 Reviews

LA Times App Description

With the Los Angeles Times app for iPhone and iPad, you get our exclusive in-depth reporting on the stories that matter to you most. You'll find our unique California take on politics, world events, education, the environment, crime, the economy, business and more. Follow your favorite L.A. sports teams with our complete coverage of the Lakers, Clippers, Dodgers, Kings, USC, and UCLA. Get the latest on the world of entertainment direct from Hollywood's hometown news source. Keep up with the ever-changing L.A. arts and nightlife scene. And explore food critic Jonathan Gold's 101 Best Restaurants list (free for digital subscribers), so you can take L.A.'s best dining guide with you whenever you go out. The story begins here. CLEAN DESIGN AND BOLD FEATURES: • Updated throughout the day as stories develop • Section-to-section swiping: Easily browse through section fronts without leaving your page • Save for later: Save must-read stories, photos and videos for when you have the time to enjoy them • Stay in the know: Sign up for push notifications to get the latest breaking news from our newsroom on a personalizable list of topics • Offline reading: Download and read content offline • Jonathan Gold's 101 Best Restaurants: Browse our Pulitzer Prize-winning critic's favorite places to eat, find them on a map, and save them for later • Quick link to our eNewspaper website, a digital replica of the daily print edition • Customize your font size for optimal legibility SUBSCRIPTION DETAILS: • If you’re a current digital subscriber, sign in with your email address and password to get unlimited access to the app’s content. If you're a current print subscriber, activate your account at latimes.com/activate to get unlimited app access before you sign in to the app. • Non-subscribers, download the app to enjoy 5 free stories each month. For full access, try a free month of Unlimited Digital Access to the app, latimes.com, and our eNewspaper; then it's only $7.99 a month. Make sure to create a registration while in the app so you'll be able to log in to the website and eNewspaper when you visit them in web browsers. • Your subscription automatically renews each month unless auto-renew is turned off within your Account Settings at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. • Your iTunes account will be charged $7.99 for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. • No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during active subscription period • You can read our Privacy Policy here: http://www.tronc.com/privacy-policy/ • You can read our Terms of Service here: http://www.tronc.com/central-terms-of-service/ • Questions about your subscription, including adding or removing Web access to latimes.com from your app access, can be directed to Customer Service: 213-347-5300. TECHNICAL HELP AND ASSISTANCE: If you ever have questions about how the app works, want to provide helpful feedback, or experience crashes or freezes after installing an update, please contact us at mobile@latimes.com. A quick email to our support team helps our developers identify and resolve issues faster. We work hard to make sure you have the best experience using our app.

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App Reviews

  • NEW APP FORMAT UNWIELDY

    1
    By CowboyBo44
    The change in format is unnecessarily repetitive and causes the reader confusion and wastes time in quickly moving thru news - especially latest news - to find articles to quickly preview. Go back to old format. Pictures in quick feed unnecessary. Increase pix and artwork within articles -not Preliminary feed.
  • Update gone wrong

    1
    By nilsib
    New interface is slow and unwieldy. The old mobile app worked just fine.
  • One customer’s experience

    1
    By Nancycmac
    The new on line format is bloated and too expansive, wasting space and the reader’s time in scrolling to find the news. Really sorry to see this. Heading back to the NYT.
  • Bad site just got worse

    1
    By chip50
    Large pictures clog up the screen. Just copy the NYT or Washington Post. They are excellent for scanning thru articles and readability. Very disappointed by this new design.
  • Horrible authentication

    1
    By LET Player
    System continues to not accept the accurate login and password. Will have to delete app and reinstall next to see if it will work.
  • Feedback

    3
    By klymciw
    I liked the previous format, not in support of the changes
  • New format

    5
    By trymk
    Much sharper
  • Great source of news

    4
    By jerry stover
    I’m a subscriber of the full online newspaper, but I read this first thing in the morning ( after daily devotions). It a great source of news. Not too crazy about the”new version”, but it works. Thank you.
  • L.A. Times

    1
    By Crabby Senior
    I do not care for this new addition at all!! And where are the comics??
  • L.A.’s Premier News Outlet

    5
    By Ed-Word
    I read on-lines news looking for balanced content. It seems more and more even a typical non-political news story has some politics that seep in between the lines. The Times may have been left-leaning in the past but writer Skelton took care of that, and that’s OK. I’m proud to say, especially in today’s U.S., that I am a life-long Democrat. But you can’t see the real world looking for fodder that only leans in your direction. There are always at least two sides to every story. I believe the L.A. Times does a great job of trying to present balance in today’s news. With so much embarrassing outbursts and shenanigans coming out of the White House, you would think it would be a simple job to report the news with a democratic spin. But The Times seems to always attempt to ride the middle road in its reporting - Opinion section not counting! As a very young boy I delivered The Times off the back of my brother’s Chevy pickup to news racks (remember those?) and corner markets from downtown to East L.A. I am so thankful the “Paper” is still with us today. “All The News That’s Fit To Print”

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