TheJournal.ie News

TheJournal.ie News


TheJournal.ie is the future of news in Ireland. Up-to-the-minute breaking news, all day, every day. We tell our stories through word, video, pictures, polls and readers' comments.

What they say about us?
* "Best Addition to Irish Media 2010" - Ian Dempsey, Today FM
* "Flawless Coverage" - Ryan Tubridy
* "The Future" - Mike Butcher, TechCrunch Europe

We've also won a lot of awards:

- "Rising Star" - Deloitte Technology Fast 50 Awards 2014
- "Best News Website" - Eircom Spiders 2011
- "Best Digital Editor - Susan Daly" - Eircom Spiders 2011
- "Overall Grand Prix Winner" - Eircom Spiders 2011
- "Best Online Only Publication" - Irish Web Awards 2011
- "Best Overall Website in Ireland" - Irish Web Awards 2011
- "Best Media/Publishing App" - The Appys 2011


ALL FEATURES:
- Breaking news and opinion from Ireland and around the web
- Offline reading
- Submit photos and video directly to our journalists from your phone
- View slideshows with high-res photography
- Make your voice heard by voting in our polls
- Watch embedded videos from youtube and videos submitted by our users
- Tweet articles directly from the app
- Share articles with your friends on facebook
- Email articles to friends
- Comment on the stories with your facebook or twitter account
- Search by article tag
- Ability to switch to our sister publications: TheScore, BusinessETC and TheDailyEdge
- Open any Journal links on twitter, facebook or email within the app
- Add widgets to your homescreen to get the latest news at a glance


Follow us at twitter.com/thejournal_ie or www.facebook.com/thejournal.ie to get the latest news

Please note: If the app is moved to the SD card, you will not be able to add widgets to the homescreen. If you already have the app installed on the SD card, simply move it across onto the phone and it should appear in the list of available widgets. A phone restart after moving the app may be required in some cases.

Recent changes:
v2.4.9
- Better Twitter login
- Fix for some sections not loading
- Performance improvements

v2.4.8
- Refreshed user interface with new launcher icons and header logos
- Now optimised for devices running the latest Android update Lollipop
- Improvements to search
- New share button style
- Fix for connection issue experienced by some users
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About TheJournal.ie News
TheJournal.ie is the future of news in Ireland. Up-to-the-minute breaking news, all day, every day. We tell our stories through word, video, pictures, polls and readers' comments.

What they say about us?
* "Best Addition to Irish Media 2010" - Ian Dempsey, Today FM
* "Flawless Coverage" - Ryan Tubridy
* "The Future" - Mike Butcher, TechCrunch Europe

We've also won a lot of awards:

- "Rising Star" - Deloitte Technology Fast 50 Awards 2014
- "Best News Website" - Eircom Spiders 2011
- "Best Digital Editor - Susan Daly" - Eircom Spiders 2011
- "Overall Grand Prix Winner" - Eircom Spiders 2011
- "Best Online Only Publication" - Irish Web Awards 2011
- "Best Overall Website in Ireland" - Irish Web Awards 2011
- "Best Media/Publishing App" - The Appys 2011


ALL FEATURES:
- Breaking news and opinion from Ireland and around the web
- Offline reading
- Submit photos and video directly to our journalists from your phone
- View slideshows with high-res photography
- Make your voice heard by voting in our polls
- Watch embedded videos from youtube and videos submitted by our users
- Tweet articles directly from the app
- Share articles with your friends on facebook
- Email articles to friends
- Comment on the stories with your facebook or twitter account
- Search by article tag
- Ability to switch to our sister publications: TheScore, BusinessETC and TheDailyEdge
- Open any Journal links on twitter, facebook or email within the app
- Add widgets to your homescreen to get the latest news at a glance


Follow us at twitter.com/thejournal_ie or www.facebook.com/thejournal.ie to get the latest news

Please note: If the app is moved to the SD card, you will not be able to add widgets to the homescreen. If you already have the app installed on the SD card, simply move it across onto the phone and it should appear in the list of available widgets. A phone restart after moving the app may be required in some cases.

Recent changes:
v2.4.9
- Better Twitter login
- Fix for some sections not loading
- Performance improvements

v2.4.8
- Refreshed user interface with new launcher icons and header logos
- Now optimised for devices running the latest Android update Lollipop
- Improvements to search
- New share button style
- Fix for connection issue experienced by some users

User reviews of TheJournal.ie News
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A Google User
Dec 12, 2014
Wastes battery New version used up more than half my battery from a full charge in 20 mins.
A Google User
Dec 12, 2014
Why not make it easy? Material design? Nope. Using Android's built in sharer? Nope. Google+ Integration? Not a hope by the look of it. Poxy app.
A Google User
Dec 11, 2014
Love the journal, hate the update! Best app to keep up with the news back home. New update the app will not open, it crashes immediately, can you please fix it, I'm missing my daily dose of irish news!
A Google User
Dec 9, 2014
Pages not loading Uninstall, then reinstall, to get this app to work right. Come on. It is down now, not loading at all.
A Google User
Dec 7, 2014
Never loads all the articles only the last five hours or so then skips to articles from yesterday. Very annoying to have half a days news not showing up.