LA Times

LA Times


Official Los Angeles Times Android app.

See what you want, when you want

When you open up the Los Angeles Times for Android app, content is made available to you by section. But what if you're not interested in Sports or World News? What if you want Business News shown first? Simply go into the Settings screen and choose ‘Reorder sections.’ Here you can reorder and turn off sections as you wish while always having the option to change them again later.

Keep your favorites, forever

Find a great story that you want to come back to later? See an amazing photo that you want to view again? With the Los Angeles Times for Android app, keeping your favorite content easily accessible is a click away. Once your content is saved, it's on your app until you take it off.

Share with your friends and family

The Los Angeles Times for Android app has built-in sharing with today’s most popular social media platforms (Facebook and Twitter) and also allows you to access your address book and share content via e-mail.

Take us wherever you go, no connection required

Many apps fail when a network isn’t available. The Los Angeles Times for Android app was designed for people who sometimes go where the signal can’t. While you won’t get the latest news when a connection isn’t available, you will have the most recently downloaded information in the app and all your saved items right there with you.

Great photography ahead

One of the greatest things about the Los Angeles Times is our award-winning photojournalism. This app highlights that work in our custom-built Galleries area. You’ll be able to browse photos by section and peek into dozens of collections before launching a slideshow.

Recent changes:
* Bug fixes
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3.9
User ratings
1130
Installs
100,000+
Concerns
3
File size
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Official Los Angeles Times Android app.

See what you want, when you want

When you open up the Los Angeles Times for Android app, content is made available to you by section. But what if you're not interested in Sports or World News? What if you want Business News shown first? Simply go into the Settings screen and choose ‘Reorder sections.’ Here you can reorder and turn off sections as you wish while always having the option to change them again later.

Keep your favorites, forever

Find a great story that you want to come back to later? See an amazing photo that you want to view again? With the Los Angeles Times for Android app, keeping your favorite content easily accessible is a click away. Once your content is saved, it's on your app until you take it off.

Share with your friends and family

The Los Angeles Times for Android app has built-in sharing with today’s most popular social media platforms (Facebook and Twitter) and also allows you to access your address book and share content via e-mail.

Take us wherever you go, no connection required

Many apps fail when a network isn’t available. The Los Angeles Times for Android app was designed for people who sometimes go where the signal can’t. While you won’t get the latest news when a connection isn’t available, you will have the most recently downloaded information in the app and all your saved items right there with you.

Great photography ahead

One of the greatest things about the Los Angeles Times is our award-winning photojournalism. This app highlights that work in our custom-built Galleries area. You’ll be able to browse photos by section and peek into dozens of collections before launching a slideshow.

Recent changes:
* Bug fixes

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A Google User
Jul 22, 2014
Notifications are just.... The worst Selecting a breaking news notification does not bring you to the breaking story..... And what's worse is that most of the time the story cannot be immediately found on the app! What is the point of notification, it might just as well be set to notify you of "breaking news" at random intervals throughout the day, with no description at all. 2 stars because I like the LA Times.
A Google User
Jul 19, 2014
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A Google User
Jul 15, 2014
Needs better notifications & quiet time Please allow me to choose what kinds of alerts to get. For example, USATODAY let's me have a "quiet time" so I don't get woken by alerts.
A Google User
Jul 11, 2014
The Best!
A Google User
Jul 4, 2014
Jul/14: recent updates have rendered this once-fine app a too-slow-to-tolerate clunker.