The Green Gazette

The Green Gazette


The Green Gazette is an exact digital replica of The Gazette printed newspaper from Cedar Rapids, Iowa. If you are a subscriber to the Green Gazette, this application allows you to download the newspaper to your Android device.
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User ratings
4
Installs
1,000+
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File size
2631 kb
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About The Green Gazette
The Green Gazette is an exact digital replica of The Gazette printed newspaper from Cedar Rapids, Iowa. If you are a subscriber to the Green Gazette, this application allows you to download the newspaper to your Android device.

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A Google User
Aug 29, 2014
Expensive Overpriced
A Google User
Aug 20, 2014
Unreadable on asus tablet.
A Google User
Sep 22, 2013
Not usable on Nexus 10 I used this app on an IPad 3 and loved it. I could view entire pages and easily zoom to read articles. Photos looked beautiful. The other feature I liked was the abiIity to read offline since I don't always have access to WiFi. I just bought a Nexus 10 because of the excellent graphics and was anxious to see how the gazette worked only to find out that the app is next to worthless. When I press flip to view a page at full width when viewing vertically a single page appears with wide white borders, the page turn buttons are so small that it is almost impossible to press them. In landscape orientation the app displays two entire pages, not one. The maximum zoom only allows me to view at a size that is about half the size of the print edition. That is still too small for me to read easily. Even switching to text mode with the largest font is still difficult to read. Buttons on the help and text screens are also so small that they are almost unusable. Overall, this app was a big disappointment, I may have to go back to reading on paper! By the way, the online desktop web app works a little better, but still requires WiFi to use.