Austin American Statesman

Austin American Statesman

By Gannett

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2011-06-30
  • Current Version: 27.5.1
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 184.11 MB
  • Developer: Gannett
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 14.0 or later.
Score: 4.1
4.13342
From 802 Ratings

Description

We're the Austin American-Statesman, dedicated to enriching the lives of those in our Central Texas community through comprehensive local news, politics, sports, and entertainment coverage. We're the name you trust for breaking news in Austin and Central Texas. We're deeply committed to journalism that affects the lives of those in our community. Our award-winning team digs deep to uncover the stories that need to be told, from breaking news to Texas politics to local sports and more. WHAT WE'RE ALL ABOUT: • Local Journalism: Providing you with the latest Austin news and coverage deep from the heart of Central Texas. • Breaking News: Our real-time breaking news alerts keep you updated on what's happening in Austin and Central Texas. • Texas Politics: Keep an eye on local government with our insider politics coverage. • Austin 360: Your go-to guide for Austin events, restaurants, live music, and daily entertainment. • Sports: Comprehensive coverage of local sports, including high school and college games. • Entertainment: Stay in the loop with the latest in Austin entertainment news. • Weather: Trust us for timely and accurate Austin weather updates. • Opinion: Thought-provoking opinions that give you something to talk about. APP FEATURES: • Real-time breaking news alerts • Weather forecasts for Austin and Central Texas • Daily newspaper experience with the eNewspaper, a digital replica of the paper. • Personalized feed tailored just for you • Austin events in your pocket with Austin 360 Subscription Info: The Austin American Statesman app is your gateway to the latest Austin news and Texas updates, offered through a free download. Granting access to a selection of free articles every month, our commitment to comprehensive local news remains steadfast. Subscriptions are charged to your account at purchase confirmation and renew monthly or annually unless disabled in your account settings 24 hours before the current period ends. For more details and customer service, explore "Subscription Support" in the app's Settings.  ADDITIONAL DETAILS: • Privacy Policy: http://cm.statesman.com/privacy/ • Terms of Service: http://cm.statesman.com/terms/ • Questions or Comments: feedback@usatoday.com

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Reviews

  • Best Way to Get My Austin News

    5
    By LA Seattle
    I no longer live in Austin but miss it a lot. The Statesman app lets me to read everything I want to read, get highlights on my interests and updates on all things Longhorn. I’m so happy I subscribed and downloaded the app.
  • Liked the old app better

    2
    By Grompf68
    I print the puzzles every day. The old app ad a “print” option for items illuminated with a single tap. The best you can do with the current app is to convert to a pdf and print that. The problem is that the crosswords and sudokus are too small to work. Bring back the last app.
  • New layout is confusing a glitchy

    1
    By Terrible New Layout
    You have done a terrible job with this application. It’s confusing, glitchy and the Thomas J Henry pop ups are extremely annoying. If I have to pay $70/year to read the news, make my time and my money worth something.
  • New subscriber

    1
    By Elgato Volador
    As a new subscriber I'm highly dissappointed to be bombarded with 4 pop up advertisements within 3 minutes while reading my first story on line. Definitely will not continue this subscription if this doesn't cease.
  • Misleading

    1
    By Brogers747
    I paid for the $.99 six month teaser rate. I get no content just more ads for the $.99 teaser rate. No wonder legacy media is disappearing.
  • Constant questioning, and infuriating. Blue text that can’t be read on mobile.

    1
    By Heironomous
    I must ask why if I’m already logged in I am I constantly being sold and questioned and prompted for responses. I just want to read what’s on the phone. I don’t understand why the links, though handy, are in this royal blue color that is impossible to read on my iPhone. If I try to swipe and expand the text so I can read it, no go. It is absolutely infuriating. Admittedly, I am a chimp with most tech, but the iPhone has become one of the most generic devices ever made. Help me out here! Well, I’ll take it back about the blue links. A friend of mine has shown me how to increase text size which allows the blue color to be readable. Ahem…“Sorry”, said the newly enlightened chimp. Hook ‘em.
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    5
    By N2uicu2
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  • The app is so outdated.

    1
    By Rushcar7
    Yep is still updated, you can’t cancel unless you purchased it through iTunes. Does iTunes even exist anymore? It’s ridiculous don’t bother.
  • Good old standard

    5
    By Steve the stache
    I use the digital version as it is more accessible. Still get the Sunday paper which for me is only for nostalgia back in the days when I was a young dad.
  • Trash

    1
    By Bobby0722
    Difficult to navigate. Promotes woke values. Still trying to terminate my account.

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