San Jose Mercury News eEdition

San Jose Mercury News eEdition


The San Jose Mercury News.
Printed on your Android tablet.

e-Edition keeps the San Jose Mercury News at your fingertips, with every article and picture intact - even the funnies. And our Android tablet version delivers all the content with a faster, simpler interface:

* World-class national and global news, plus in-depth local coverage from the San Jose Mercury News newsroom.
* Entertainment with the latest on movies, music, dining and other great stuff to see and do.
* On-the-money Business news, an all-star Sports section and much more.
* Razor-sharp views of every word, photo and image exactly as it appears in print.
* Streamlined navigation for readers on the go: Flip pages, zoom on articles, rotate to landscape mode.
* Tap any article with two fingers to convert to full-screen text.
* Includes archive access to every issue published in the past 30 days.

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The latest update provides various bug fixes and performance enhancements:

** Fixed partial white page issue when flipping through pages.
** Fixed bug preventing the display of external URL links.
** Fixed bug with playback of YouTube videos.
** Added support for different iOS and Android PressPlus information in the same configuration file.
** A message is now displayed at startup when the user is connected to wifi but has no actual internet connection.
** Updated article mode indexes and article display to be more readable and usable on all screens.
** Fixed option page Clear Storage button behavior.
** Fixed various bugs related to KitKat version of Android

Recent changes:
More bug fixes and performance enhancements.
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About San Jose Mercury News eEdition
The San Jose Mercury News.
Printed on your Android tablet.

e-Edition keeps the San Jose Mercury News at your fingertips, with every article and picture intact - even the funnies. And our Android tablet version delivers all the content with a faster, simpler interface:

* World-class national and global news, plus in-depth local coverage from the San Jose Mercury News newsroom.
* Entertainment with the latest on movies, music, dining and other great stuff to see and do.
* On-the-money Business news, an all-star Sports section and much more.
* Razor-sharp views of every word, photo and image exactly as it appears in print.
* Streamlined navigation for readers on the go: Flip pages, zoom on articles, rotate to landscape mode.
* Tap any article with two fingers to convert to full-screen text.
* Includes archive access to every issue published in the past 30 days.

============
The latest update provides various bug fixes and performance enhancements:

** Fixed partial white page issue when flipping through pages.
** Fixed bug preventing the display of external URL links.
** Fixed bug with playback of YouTube videos.
** Added support for different iOS and Android PressPlus information in the same configuration file.
** A message is now displayed at startup when the user is connected to wifi but has no actual internet connection.
** Updated article mode indexes and article display to be more readable and usable on all screens.
** Fixed option page Clear Storage button behavior.
** Fixed various bugs related to KitKat version of Android

Recent changes:
More bug fixes and performance enhancements.

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A Google User
Aug 16, 2014
Worst app ever This has to be one of the worst app ever on Android: it's slow, buggy, not user friendly... Did I mention it is slow? The Mercury News should fire Digital First Media (the developer) and look around Silicon Valley for some competent people do write a replacement.
A Google User
Jun 29, 2014
No longer free access.
A Google User
Jun 26, 2014
Very broken on nexus 7 I was looking forward to this app, but I found it horribly broken. I could get through the login but any attempt to bring up a paper just got a blank white screen. It was completely useless.
A Google User
Jun 20, 2014
Subscription now required for broken app How can BANG in good consciousness require readers to get a subscription for the privilege to use their VERY broken apps. Not this news hound... I'll go elsewhere.
A Google User
Mar 1, 2014
Barely works Possibly the worse UI I've ever used. Really?